Recovered Podcast

This is an unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) podcast. This 12 step recovery podcast shares our journey from a life of addiction to a happy sober life. This is the podcast where we see life through a 12 step lens.

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Cliff R – Recovered 1182

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Cliff R. from Oceanside, CA speaking on the topic of “Principles of Service” at the Stateline Retreat in Primm, NV – December 9th – 12th 2010 http://reoceredcast.com Check out this episode!

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Serenity Prayer – Recovered 1181

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On the walls of thousands of A.A. meeting rooms, in any of a variety of languages, this invocation can be seen: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, Courage to change the things I can, And wisdom to know the difference. A.A. did not originate…

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Road to Recovery – Recovered 1181

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Cliff R. from Oceanside, CA speaking at the Road to Recovery Convention 2002 in Reykjavik, Iceland – September 13th – 15th 2002 http://reoceredcast.com Check out this episode!

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Smartphone Therapy – Recovered 1179

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When we were first trying to achieve sobriety, many of us found ourselves taking a drink without planning to. Sometimes, it seemed to happen practically without our knowing it. There was no conscious decision to drink, and there was no real thought about possible consequences. We had not intended to…

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Stateline Retreat – Recovered 1179

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Chris C. from Portland, OR, Gail L. from Akron, OH, Cliff R. from Oceanside, CA and Dick T. from Las Vegas, NV speaking at the Stateline Retreat in Primm, NV – December 9th – 12th 2010 http://reoceredcast.com Check out this episode!

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Changing Routines – Recovered 1177

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Certain set times, familiar places, and regular activities associated with drinking have been woven closely into the fabric of our lives. Like fatigue, hunger, loneliness, anger, and overelation, these old routines can prove to be traps dangerous to our sobriety. When we first stopped drinking, many of us found it…

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Staying Active – Recovered 1176

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Simply trying to avoid a drink (or not think of one), all by itself, doesn’t seem to be enough. The more we think about the drink we’re trying to keep away from, the more it occupies our mind, of course. And that’s no good. It’s better to get busy with…

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