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 →
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 →
It’s an established fact that alcohol is a depressant. When you drink alcohol, it hits certain receptors in your neurological system that dampens activity in the brain and causes a relaxed feeling in your entire body. It depresses feelings and emotions and allows you to feel like you don’t have a care in the world. Is that the alcohol that you remember? It was for me. If it sounds like a super drug, that’s because it is. Just because alcohol is socially acceptable, doesn’t mean that it’s not one of the most powerful drugs on the planet. It is so powerful in fact, that a person can die from the withdrawal. Alcohol pretends to love you so much that if you try and leave, it will try to kill you like a crazy ex!
I got into the sales side of car business when I was eighteen years old, I was a porter (washed cars) before that. At first, I was nervous when I was talking to customers, so I thought that sales might not be for me. I thought I was a pretty confident kid, but I... 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 →
Why do we relapse? Hell, why do we ever start drinking at all? Alcohol is a social lubricant. It can take our personalities and launch them from being shy and quiet, to being outgoing and the life of the party and everything in between in two drinks flat. Nothing works better. It takes little to... Continue Reading →