This week on Sober Stories, we had the opportunity to interview Tori Felder of @theretiredpartygirl.(S01/E006) Tori is the founder of The Retired Party Girl, an online community for sober-curious and sober women to connect and celebrate sobriety. They’re changing the way society views sobriety by making recovery and wellness spaces joyful, fun, social, and empowering. Tori is also in grad school for counseling, and will be entering the therapy world after graduation.
This week on Sober Stories, we had the opportunity to interview Kevin Bellack of @thesoberginger. In our conversation with Kevin, we talked about his experience talking about mental health and therapy for men, navigating marriage while changing your relationship with alcohol, and the power of vulnerability and storytelling.
This week on Sober Stories, we had the opportunity to interview Amanda E. White of the popular @therapyforwomen Instagram account. (S01/E001) Amanda is a licensed therapist, the founder of Therapy for Women Center in Philadelphia, and the author of “Not Drinking Tonight, A Guide to Creating a Sober Life You Love.” In our conversation with Amanda, we talked about everything from how seeking therapy for her eating disordered led her to sobriety, to what the mental health field is getting wrong about Alcohol Use Disorder, to how Amanda cares for herself and her sobriety while keep all of the plates spinning.
This week on Sober Stories, we had the opportunity to interview Christina Galbato. (S01/E002) Christina Galbato is a social media influencer, online educator, and digital marketing expert. After building a successful career as a travel influencer and working with brands like Ritz-Carlton, Four Seasons, and the Tourism Board of Morocco, Christina built a multi 7-figure online education business that has helped thousands of women build profitable businesses as influencers & bloggers. In our conversation with Christina, we talked about her experience grieving a breakup while sober, what it was like to share about her sobriety on such a public platform, the Mexico trip that led her to change, and so much more.
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