Looking for inspiration, motivation, and hope on your recovery journey? No matter where you are in your recovery, podcasts are an incredible and indispensable resource to have in your toolkit.
We’re thrilled to announce that Thursday, November 12, 2020, is the official launch of our podcast, Avalon Recovery Society Radio. Every Thursday our host and White Rock Centre Manager, Leanne Utendale, will feature women and allies in recovery to share their stories of experience and hope.
Even though everyone has different reasons for getting sober we all can benefit from learning a thing or two from other people’s perspectives. Podcasts are a FREE and accessible way to hear other people’s recovery stories! Here are a few reasons you should listen to recovery podcasts.
4 Reasons Why Podcasts Should be in your Recovery Toolkit
Free and inspirational content
You can’t go wrong with free resources! Podcasts are an authentic and thought-provoking tool that you have at your disposal without having to spend a dime.
Listen to them anywhere
You can listen to them on your commute, while you’re cooking/cleaning, in the bath, going for a walk, or just hanging out. There are no limits to plugging into your favourite recovery podcast. This accessibility means you can get the encouragement to stay sober – regardless of the time or the place.
Hear different perspectives of recovery
Podcasts are changing the face of recovery. You don’t have to squeeze yourself into a one-size-fits-all recovery plan. With podcasts, you get to hear how other people view their own recovery journey and get tips and tricks from people across the recovery spectrum.
Get personalized recovery support
Podcasts are a great way to connect with people from all walks of recovery so you’ll be sure to find one that suits your recovery needs. If you are not ready to join a meeting, podcasts are a great way to get recovery support at a level you’re comfortable with. If you are attending meetings regularly you can supplement your learnings by listening to different thoughts and experiences of people’s recovery journeys across the globe.