RMA-Episode 66 Show Notes:
Saddle up! Today RMA sits down with Paul Churchill, host of Recovery Elevator and author of the book, Alcohol is Sh*t, How to Ditch the Booze, Re-ignite Your Life, and Recover the Person you Were Always Meant to be. In February 2015 Paul launched the Recovery Elevator Podcast as an accountability tool to quit drinking. Today, the podcast has surpassed 3 million downloads, is in the 95th percentile of all podcasts on iTunes and has been downloaded in all 50 states and over 145 countries. We had a great conversation with Paul, and we’re really excited to share it with you.
Plus, Recovery in the News, The Week in Weird, Monksters Speak on a marginally festive, internally focused, royalty-free episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages
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Recovery in the News:
Lawmakers want to strengthen access to non-religious substance abuse treatment services
The Week in Weird:
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