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Getting sober is just the beginning.
Overcoming a dependency or addiction is a Master Warrior level feat. If you've lived it, you know. Maybe you're new to sobriety, or perhaps you're decades in. Either way—at some point in the journey—you have to learn how to actually live in the world. To not only survive, but to thrive. This means reclaiming your power, learning how to cope with a range of emotions, recalibrating your relationships, learning to hear and speak the truth, and renewing your sense of meaning and purpose.
We Are The Luckiest is the "what's next?" in your sobriety journey. In this course, you will be guided through the most pressing issues that block your growth and true peace in recovery. Through my own personal journey and the experience of working with hundreds of people, I have developed a deep understanding of where we get stuck, what we really want, and how to get there. Recovery is a life-long path, but this course will provide you with potent fundamentals to shift your experience, connect you with others, and establish a new baseline of possibility in your life.
You deserve a magnificent life, a beautiful life, a life you are proud to call home.
Take this course if...
You want more emotional resilience to successfully manage difficult emotions like fear, shame, guilt, and grief.
You want to create deep, honest and meaningful relationships with the people in your life—relationships that reflect who you are now.
You desire to be truly free. Not just from addiction, but from the underlying reasons you sought to numb in the first place.
You want practical tools to help manage the emotional, psychological, and social challenges of navigating sobriety.
You know you have a voice and you're dying to hone and express it, creatively or otherwise, with confidence and power.
You need real, practical wisdom and spiritual tools to support you in deepening your recovery.
You want more courage, joy, presence, and peace in your life.