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Recovered Podcast - The Unofficial Alcoholics Anonymous AA Recovery Podcast for The Alcoholic Addict and Al-Anon

This is the podcast where life is seen through a 12 step recovery lens. This is a podcast about men and women who have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body. We have discovered a solution, we have a way out. We have leaned how to live sober and happy. Join us on this journey called life. Email - feedback@recoveredcast.com
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Now displaying: December, 2009
Dec 30, 2009
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We discuss Family and codependency.

Here's an article on New Recovery Program.

Click on Daily Readings for today's recovery meditations. You can also find this link at the bottom left of this blog. Also, see my Twitter for this episode's Playlist. Feel free to rank the music by clicking on "comments" below. This episode's music returns to our roots. Music inspired by the British Invasion from the 1966-1967 period.

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Dec 29, 2009
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In this episode we discuss the Holidays and the New Comer.  Don't give up before the miracle.  If you're new and can't walk another step, let the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous carry you.

The Chevy Volt clip.

Click on Daily Readings for today's recovery meditations. You can also find this link at the bottom left of this blog. Also, see my Twitter for this episode's Playlist. Feel free to rank the music by clicking on "comments" below. This episode's music returns to our roots. Music inspired by the British Invasion from the 1966-1967 period.

Click here to write a review at the iTunes music store.  After the link takes you to our Podcast in the iTunes music store, scroll down and click on "Write a Review" and give us some feedback.  The more positive reviews we receive, the higher we climb in the store's rankings.  The higher the ranking we receive, the more likely the new comer will listen to us.  Think of it as 12-step work!
Dec 27, 2009
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We discuss Faith and Step 2.  I didn't come into the fellowship believing in a higher power who could do for me what I couldn't do for myself.  But I did grow into my own understanding.

We have a clip about the Toyota Recall.

  Click on Daily Readings for today's recovery meditations. You can also find this link at the bottom left of this blog. Also, see my Twitter for this episode's Playlist. Feel free to rank the music by clicking on "comments" below. This episode's music returns to our roots. Music inspired by the British Invasion from the 1966-1967 period.

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Dec 22, 2009
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We discuss grieving and loss. We also talk about new features on this blog. We then listen to a clip about trust in God. See my Twitter for a link to that video clip.

Click on Daily Readings for today's recovery meditations. You can also find this link at the bottom left of this blog. Also, see my Twitter for this episode's Playlist. Feel free to rank the music by clicking on "comments" below. This episode's music returns to our roots. Music inspired by the British Invasion from the 1966-1967 period.

Click here to write a review at the iTunes music store.  After the link takes you to our Podcast in the iTunes music store, scroll down and click on "Write a Review" and give us some feedback.  The more positive reviews we receive, the higher we climb in the store's rankings.  The higher the ranking we receive, the more likely the new comer will listen to us.  Think of it as 12-step work!
Dec 18, 2009
Follow me on Twitter.  We discuss The Promises, Speakin' Deacon segment, Toyota Recall. and Step 4. You can find the Toyota video link on my Twitter.

If you need a Joe and Charlie 4th step Work Sheet, scroll down on this blog, it is on the bottom left hand side.  If you subscribe to this podcast via iTunes, the Joe and Charlie 4th step Work Sheet should be in your iTunes Podcast directory.

Give me some feedback on the music.  Grade the music by clicking on the "Comments" link below. These are some of my favorite young artists

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