Recovery Cheerleading: Helping Women Find Sobriety

On today’s episode of The Recovered On Purpose Show, I have a deep discussion with Courtney Anderson about her story of alcoholism, how she finally made the decision to stop, and exactly how she stopped without getting dependent on daily 12 step meetings.

We discuss how community on the internet has kept her going and her Sober Vibes community and Sober Vibes Podcast has kept her inspired to continue living recovered from alcoholism.

We discuss a time when an ultimatum was made to her about if she kept drinking she would lose her life as she knew it, and she is one person an ultimatum like this worked for. Do ultimatums work for addicts and alcoholics? Do interventions work for addicts and alcoholics? How do you do an intervention that works for an addict? For these answers and some hopeful insight into recovery, check out this conversation with Courtney Anderson.

Courtney Anderson describes the best day of her life as August 18th, 2012. “That is the day I finally stopped the madness of addiction and started to do some real LIVIN!”

Courtney is a cheerleader for women looking to change their relationship with alcohol, supporting them to thrive, not just survive, without it.

As the Founder of National Sober Day, Host of the Sober Vibes podcast, a sober coach, and author, Courtney has helped thousands of people find more freedom, going alcohol-free.

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