Paul Churchill

Recovery Elevator

Paul Churchill

  • RE 255: Does Addiction Serve a Purpose?

RE 255: Does Addiction Serve a Purpose?

Monday 6th January 2020

Listen to Recovery Elevator's episode about Kerri's journey towards sobriety and learn from her experiences. Registration for the upcoming live event is open now on alcoholfree.com.
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53 minutes
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Empowering
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Recovery Elevator
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Paul Churchill
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Does Addiction Serve a Purpose? A Powerful Episode of Recovery Elevator with Kerri's Story

I was living life as looking at a life without alcohol as a sacrifice and not an opportunity.
In this episode of Recovery Elevator, host Paul Churchill interviews Kerri, who shares her story of addiction and recovery. Kerri discusses her early experiences with alcohol, how she hit rock bottom, and the wake-up call that led her to seek help. She also reflects on the benefits of living an alcohol-free life and the challenges she faced along the way.
The episode delves into the concept of addiction serving a purpose, and how trauma and significant life stressors can contribute to addictive behaviors. Kerri emphasizes the importance of creativity in recovery, and the power of community in sobriety. This episode is both inspiring and empowering, and will leave listeners feeling hopeful about their own journeys towards recovery. Don't forget to check out the upcoming Recovery Elevator LIVE event, Dancing with the Mind, on alcoholfree.com.