Robert McClellan

Real Sobriety Podcast

Robert McClellan

  • Real Sobriety Ep. 97

Real Sobriety Ep. 97

Friday 1st February 2019

Join Robert McClellan in this episode of Real Sobriety Podcast as he shares his insights on finding a support team for addiction recovery.
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The Power of Asking for Help in Addiction Recovery

The important message today is that very few of us can get and remain sober in a vacuum. We need help and if you're an alcoholic like me, asking for help is about the last thing you want to do, because it implies weakness or incompetence.
In episode 97 of the Real Sobriety Podcast, Robert McClellan talks about the importance of having a support structure in addiction recovery. He shares his insights on different ways to find support, even in the digital age. One of the main topics he touches on is the fear of asking for help, and how it can be overcome by practicing humility. For many people in addiction recovery, asking for help can be difficult because it implies weakness or incompetence.
However, Robert emphasizes that asking for help is a sign of strength and the first step towards successful recovery. He also acknowledges the challenges and struggles of sober life and encourages listeners to reach out for help when needed. Robert's message is inspiring, empowering, informative, hopeful, and encouraging. His personal experience and reflections provide a raw and honest perspective on addiction recovery.
As he says in the podcast, "very few of us can get and remain sober in a vacuum." We all need help, support, and love to overcome addiction and live a fulfilling life in sobriety. So, if you're struggling with addiction or know someone who is, listen to this episode now here on and remember to ask for help when you need it.