Note from Dawn and Taryn: We met Kelly in August, 2014 when she attended her first retreat with us. She has since become a close friend and a leader in our community. We are so excited to introduce her here and in the not too distant future will welcome her as a...
After hitting her rock bottom in 2002, Sarah Roberts went on a personal and inward journey towards health and fitness to heal herself from the trauma of alcohol addiction. In 2015, she launched her blog, SarahTalksFood.com, as a way to share her story and help others who struggle to know that they are not alone. Sarah is the author of the book The 28 Day Kick The Sugar Challenge, where she helps readers develop a healthier relationship with food and with themselves using tools, recipes, and strategies that lead them towards greater self-trust, self-respect and self-love.
She Recovers has invited ten of the most popular female bloggers on the internet to attend She Recovers in NYC in May! These recovery superstars were chosen to participate because they are all making such important contributions to the cyber recovery movement. Importantly, these fabulous friends share messages that easily align with the principles and the messages that She Recovers has been focusing on for the past five years. We are strong and courageous women, and we do recover.
Rose Lockinger is a passionate member of the recovery community. A rebel who found her cause, she uses blogging and social media to raise the awareness about the disease of addiction.
I have four kids, a graduate degree, and a successful career. People think I’m a wonderful mother. I know this, because they’ve told me.
What they don’t know is that I drank alcoholically during my pregnancy with my fourth child. If they knew that, of course, their assessment would be different.
Today is my 25th wedding anniversary. Just writing that blows my mind. About 27 years ago I walked into a marathon meeting at a 12 step convention being held for recovering addicts in Edmonton, Alberta (Canada) and a male voice from the corner of the room said “Hey, I know you.” I had about 3 weeks clean at the time and as many of you recovering types know, being recognized by people in your early recovery can be more than slightly freaking scary.