For myself, the road to recovery was a lot like going through a haunted house. It could be a haunted house, haunted mansion, or even a haunted forest... whatever you want. The point is that there's a beginning and an end, with a whole lot of scary shit in between. Think about how you might... Continue Reading →
Getting sober can seem tricky, and the reason it seems that way is because we think we know it all, but we could not be farther from the truth. We figure that we're adults and we've gotten this far, so we tend to rely on what we think we know to get us even further.... Continue Reading →
When I decided to offer the First 48 hours of my recovery plan for free, I had no idea what the response would be. I never imagined that the feedback would be this incredible! Apparently... people are tired of struggling in recovery (who knew?), and want better solutions and that's what I provide. Keep sending... Continue Reading →
Thanks to the overwhelming success of the Facebook Live video and all the "Where do I start?" questions, I've decided to give the plan for the first 48 hours of your recovery absolutely free! Read some articles and Check out the details in the video! The Matrix Recovery Program
I'm at it again on Facebook Live (unedited)! In this video, I run through the process that I created to change the expression of the collective of genes that cause dis-ease's like alcoholism. I want you to also know, that this process of the 9 strides that I've put together, is not only aimed at... Continue Reading →
A friend of mine was asking about the tagline on my site. “There’s way more going on in your head than there is in reality.” He thought it was kind of silly and didn’t really get what I meant even after I tried to explain it to him. So, instead of trying to find ways... Continue Reading →
The problem is with the word "only", which you also used to described the way you stay sober. Using the phrase "the only way" takes people out of the game. It destroys objectivity and an ideology is born.
Growing up in an alcoholic household as a kid was challenging, not because I believed it was challenging back then, but because when I look back, I realize that I just swept everything under the rug hoping it would go away. I had no tools to deal with the nonsense my parents were making... Continue Reading →