"My passion started out as working at ground level, meeting people where they are in their mess, and loving them into a greater direction. Although that certainly still is a passion of mine, recently I have been trying to focus time on helping those already in recovery to develop a quality of life on a larger scale that suggests it would be utterly ridiculous to ever touch another drink or a drug again.
The real me is just another person in recovery, trying to find my way. I still have struggles daily, with mental health. My insecurities can, at times, feel like they’re eating me alive. I have to constantly surround myself with accountability and be willing to reach out for help and take it. I just want others to know it’s okay to not be okay. We all need a little help at times. We just have to be willing to admit that and reach out.
My addiction does not define me, but it does give me a very great reason to constantly work on myself to get better.Read More