Steven shares his Experience, Strength and Hope in a brief, but honest story of his struggle, recovery and life today in sobriety. His message is simple, solid and to the point. Today, Steven works in Homelessness and Addictions; having been once a functioning addict, he knows the freedom that is possible for each one of them.
"Every day I wanted to stop, but I didn't know how to stop."
"I've been where you are, I've been at my bottom, but you can recover, we can all recover . . . we just have to want it."
*recorded via phone internationally, sound varies
You may have to listen twice to translate Steven's wonderful, yet thick Scottish accent.
vol 161. 11/17/2006 (Elvira)Sober at 30 and raised in AA, the first 10 years of sobriety were rough on Elvir
vol 160. 12/17/2022 (Mike H.)Only a few months into sobriety Mike has a new way of life, a new way of thinkin
vol 159. 6/2/2020 (Christina P.)Christina grew up in a home where appearances were more important than reality –
vol 158. 10/22/2012 (Don S.)On the verge of homelessness with his Gucci slippers, Don still had ego hanging