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Sobered Up, so Now What?

3 Keys to Staying Sober & Succeeding at Life
Narrated by: Garrett Goodison
Length: 2 hrs and 7 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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You've sobered up, so now what? Do you need inpatient or outpatient rehab? Do you need rehab at all? Is 12-step recovery such as AA or NA the most effective, or are there alternatives? Is it possible to work a recovery program online? What are the best online addiction recovery resources today? How do you prevent relapse? Will life ever get easier as a person in recovery? 

My name is Steve, and I’m a grateful and recovered alcoholic. If you're like me, a few years ago, when I first decided to get help, I was scared, anxious, and unsure where to start. The thought of never drinking at social events and having to face everything and everyone clean and sober scared the hell out of me. Going online didn’t help either with the overwhelming amount of conflicting information about which recovery paths and programs to avoid or follow. 

I had many questions about how to stay sober, completely recover from addiction, and improve my life. Chances are you have similar questions and concerns, so I’ve compiled all the mistakes and lessons learned from myself and hundreds of other recovering alcoholics and addicts to take the guesswork out of the recovery process, and educate and empower you to carve a recovery path that works for you. 

This is the audiobook I wish I’d had when I first sobered up. It's taken me more than three years to figure out what truly works to stay sober and succeed at life, and I'll give you one hint now: there’s not one, but actually several paths to freedom from addiction and a life beyond your wildest drunken dreams. 

In Sobered Up, so Now What? you will find: 

  • The 3-D sobriety approach to recovery to not only stay sober, but succeed in every area of life 
  • How to choose the best addiction recovery programs 
  • Learn to identify a healthy versus unhealthy meeting/program 
  • How to get the most out of online recovery resources 
  • How to design a powerful morning and evening routine 
  • How to discover who you truly are, your core values, and life purpose
  • How to design a life plan to succeed at life in all the areas that matter to you 

It’s hard enough getting sober. Don’t waste precious time and energy searching for the most effective way to beat addiction and live free. 

Sobered Up, so Now What? helps you every step of the way on your journey to tapping into the peace and joy you already carry within.

Don’t wait another minute struggling alone. We’re in this together. Listen to this audiobook, follow the action steps at the end of each section, and watch the transformation begin today! 

©2018 Steven A. Galatioto (P)2018 Steven A. Galatioto

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Excellent! Real steps to staying sober

I listened to this audio book in two days. I've referenced back to the action steps chapters multiple times. This book is not filled with stories of how addicts nearly ruined their lives. Rather, this book is a guide to changing your life and living clean with a purpose.

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Great book of life after getting sober

I loved this book. I found Steven’s advice on not just the actions you need to do to stay sober, but also his life style suggestions that will help your entire well being. Even if your not in recovery it’s a great book. Being involved in a community of support, diet, physical fitness, reading improvement books, appreciating your family, etc.. was very helpful. When you are using whether it’s alcohol or other substances we often neglect important areas in our lives. He helps us get back on track and start living a new life that is rewarding and meaningful.

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