Welcome to today’s show!
WHAT WE’LL LEARN:
- Catherine talks about faith and religion as being a big part of her childhood in Northern Ireland but how she never felt the need to “revisit it” until recovery
- As a self-identified Atheist, why Catherine felt she was “doing it wrong” in recovery
- What Catherine says to individuals who criticize her lack of a higher power
- How Catherine arrived at the decision to finally stop drinking
- What AA has to do with Catherine’s sobriety date
- What were Catherine’s early recovery days like and why she considered early recovery “a second job”
- How she found her sober community online 6 years ago and what that means for us navigating our current self-isolation days
- What recovery looks like for Catherine right now
- How perspective surrounding recovery and emotion can look different when one has several months in.
- What Catherine’s message is to Atheists in recovery
- AA Agnostica 12 Steps
- 100 Day Challenge
- The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober
- The Unexpected Joy of Being Sober Journal
- A.I.R. Private Facebook Group
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