Many of our Reboots podcast episodes feature guests who share that 12-step recovery programs are key components of their reboots.
Beginning with Episode R008: An Addict Comes Clean with Mason Floyd, we will provide free resources based on our conversations with our guests who practice 12 steps of recovery.
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R008: An Addict Comes Clean – Mason Floyd
My life is exceptional. My story is exceptional. It doesn’t always go as well as it’s gone for me.
In his podcast interview, Mason recounts a 20-year addiction, what it felt like to be someone he didn’t want to be, and how his self-image was – in large part – wrapped up in his misconceptions of his Creator. He walks us through his imperfect, yet deeply satisfying, recovery journey.
R008x: Mason Floyd Gives Back
In this second of a two-part podcast series, Mason Floyd shares with us the wisdom of his hard-fought journey. In this interview, we learn how to figure out if we may have a problem with substance abuse, how to live through someone else’s addiction, how to talk with our children about those caught up in the opioid epidemic, and how to navigate – in our own minds -the existence of God.
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