God is a verb. It’s the moment we exist in as it expresses itself. It is reality. Truth. It doesn’t give a shit about what I’m thinking or how I’m feeling. It just is. It’s happening. Continue reading On Step 3
What does it feel like when your life is arranged for action and theres nowhere to go?
Ross Turner joins me for a conversation all about corona, comedy, creativity, stand-up, sponsorship (he was mine), and love. And not just any love, but that romantic falling in love “how did this happen to me and i better not frick it up” type love. Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Ross Turner Ep. 4
I don’t fuck with heroin addicts.
They’re impulsive, egotistical, and lazy. They think they’re special. They don’t listen. And they’re totally incapable of paying attention to anything outside of themselves for more than a few seconds…
And I’m one of them. Continue reading Hazmat
Zora and Spencer butt heads and break down their personal history
Topics: Fellowship, Balance, and the Search for Purpose Continue reading Control Issues w/ Spencer G. (Fellowship, Balance, and the Search for Purpose)
Bethany E. joins Zora for a conversation about living in your personal truth, experiencing high risk situations, and dealing with sober anniversaries Continue reading Control Issues Ep. 3 (Boundaries, Faith, and the Consumption of Crow) w/ Bethany E.
Stefan Glamp joins Zora to talk about their experiences in recovery, the compulsion to control, and the importance of fear Continue reading Control Issues #2 (w/ Stefan Glamp): Compulsion to Control, Fear, and Facebook Live
Whats it like dating in recovery? Whats the deal with the feels?
Zora J. joins me for a conversation about Dating in Recovery with a special guest. Continue reading Dating in Recovery
When heroin is removed, all that remains is the obsession.
When you don’t have it, you’re antsy and anxious and depressed. You can’t enjoy the weather, people, music, movies, or art.
The idea that people can be outside mowing the lawn, or talking on the phone, or smiling and laughing is unfathomable. Continue reading Rock Bottom
Why we believe “Thoughtopsy” can help those struggling with diseases of the mind, and offer an introspective opportunity to discover contentment and connection, in pursuit of happiness: Continue reading Mental Health & Recovery: The Importance of Honesty and Connection
“I lost sense of time. I lost sense of where I was. I lost sense of my thoughts. My head was craned down as I let the tears flow. I could no longer hear the crowd. I couldn’t hear anything, all I could do was feel.” Continue reading State of Psychosis