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I’ve been there.
When I say I’ve been there, I mean it.
I have done the “all-nighters” — sometimes many days in a row. I was always the last one up. I experienced many black-outs, job losses, financial difficulties, brushes with the law, and I hurt many people. I hid my substance use, justified my use and lied about my use. I’ve lived a double life with many cover ups, irritability, anger, sadness and depression.
I've been to a detox facility twice, drug and alcohol rehab twice, hundreds of support groups and many counselling sessions to get to where I am today. All character building stuff a long time ago.
I am a different person now.
I’m fired up about helping other people get to the place where they, too, are living better, healthier, and bigger lives.
“To say my Dad is better is a total understatement. You played an enormous role and moved mountains in record time. Keep doing what you are doing because you are saving lives!”
Christine H. (Vancouver/Victoria) Read more success stories...
It’s Never Too Late.
At 82 years old, Lotti now has one year of continuous sobriety.
Sunday Night Health Show Interview With Host Maureen McGrath and Myself on 980 CKNW
Maureen McGrath and I talk about alcohol use, its implications and a bit about Sober Coaching.
From the outside it looked like I was on top of the world: big cities, great jobs, and good friends – I was living life in the fast lane. In reality, I was living a double life and the glamour quickly wore off.