I have a message that i can not contain.
Recovery activist, emotional abuse and sexual abuse survivor Coach Byron Friday started ATHLETES IN RECOVERY (A.I.R.) to chronicle and share his journey in recovery.
Managing a 55 Bed Sober Living Home has provided me a unique perspective of the cruel realities of struggling addicts and alcoholics. I have benefited greatly from spending countless hours helping struggling addicts work though their recovery trials and tribulations.
The experience gained working in the Sober Living Home has lead me to develop more effective relapse prevention strategies and methods. One of my most valuable strengths is helping people in recovery develop a greater sense of urgency to adopt a more committed and long term approach to relapse prevention and personal development beyond the 12 Steps.
If I had to bottom line what I bring to the table in terms of creating results - I would have to say that in simple terms I have the simple and practical answers what so many people continue to relapse despite catastrophic consequences
For those addicts who are sick and tired (of being sick and tired) I have found the keys to success in sobriety and long term recovery.
In 2002 I became a student of recovery. Some people confuse sobriety with recovery - these two words are synonymous but, entirely two different worlds. Recovery happen when we take our lives Beyond the 12 Steps.
Listen to Byron's audio journals:
1) I was in "no mans land" learning the game of life.