FREE live training with Jody Ventura

Common Sobriety Myths

(And what to do instead)

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What if everything you’ve been taught by all of the popular programs is actually keeping you stuck?!

 

There’s a difference between staying sober through white knuckling it and living an empowered sober life. What if you could feel confident and carefree in your alcohol free life?

Join me for this FREE 60 minute training to:

  • 1

    The problem with common sobriety tools and how they might be preventing you from feeling confident plus what to do instead

  • 2

    Why popular sobriety mantras might be keeping you stuck and how to create a powerful shift

  • 3

    Ways to navigate away from fear of relapse and into creating an empowered sober life that build on your results thus far and gives you more freedom

  • 4

    The long term effects of what you’ve been taught and the shift to empower you

One of the most transformative moments for my clients is when they let go of everything they’ve sworn to be true about sobriety (pssssst - it never felt that good in the first place!). They learn how to get sobriety to stick LONG TERM by doing the opposite of what they’ve been told.

This is the beginning of their empowered sobriety journey and this can be yours too. 

It's time to shift.

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MEET YOUR HOST:

Jody Ventura

Empowered Sobriety Coach

Hey there! I’m Jody and I’m an Empowered Sobriety Coach and I support people who are ready to live an empowered alcohol free life.  After struggling with alcohol for many years, I finally decided I was done on October 21, 2015. A year and a half into my sobriety, I hit a turning point and realized I did not feel empowered in my alcohol free life. When I got really honest with myself, I knew there were things I needed to shift and let go of in order to feel truly free in my sobriety. I stopped calling myself an alcoholic, I stopped going to meetings out of fear of relapse and I let go of the shame, blame and guilt that kept me feeling like a prisoner in my sobriety. This was such a pivotal point for me on my journey that now I help others who are ready to do the same.