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Giving Voice to Recovery

A Place for Inspiration Hope & Healing

Join us as we share our stories about surviving addiction and thriving in sobriety.  Follow Singer Songwriter Elizabeth Edwards as she interviews artists, authors, comedians, musicians, advocates, experts and inspirational figures from a compassionate and heartfelt solution based perspective.

Giving Voice to Recovery celebrates those who have found purpose in using their voice to change perceptions and challenge stereotypes while inspiring hope and providing awareness to those still seeking solutions.

"There is a healing power in sharing our personal recovery journeys."

In addition to monthly interviews, Elizabeth is hosting a weekly episode titled "Just Sayin", a short podcast discussion about recovery concepts and the language that helps us heal. She covers these subjects in broad terms and focuses on solutions, education, support and community.

 

 

 

 

Our Community & Our Mission

Giving Voice to Recovery is designed to encourage, inspire and educate people who are in recovery and for those seeking help with addiction.

We cover these subjects in broad terms and focus on solutions that have worked for us. We shine the light on education, support and community resources. We challenge the stigma of addiction and encourage healthy living. We are  determined to thrive in recovery.

 

Singer Songwriter Recovery Advocate Elizabeth Edwards

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Self Esteem

(self-es·teem)

noun

confidence in one's own worth or abilities; self-respect

Recovery

(re·cov·er·y)

noun

1. a return to a normal state of health, mind, or strength.
2. the action or process of regaining possession or control of something stolen or lost.

Inspire

(in·spire)
verb
  1. fill (someone) with the urge or ability to do or feel something, especially to do something creative.

Our Stories Have Power

“Stories create community, enable us to see through the eyes of other people, and open us to the claims of others.”

Peter Forbes, photographer and author

Singer Songwriter Recovery Advocate Elizabeth Edwards

My background

My name is Elizabeth Edwards and I am a person in long-term recovery. Because of my recovery, I've been able to follow my heart as a songwriter, recording and performing artist. Many of my songs share a message of hope and healing from the devastating affects of addiction. For more of my story, follow my podcast and blog. To learn more about my music please visit me at www.ElizabethEMusic.com

 

My mission

It is my goal to let people know that first; they are not alone and second; it is not hopeless. People can, and do, recover every day. We go on to find amazing, meaningful lives worth living. It is my mission to shine the light on the many tools and paths that lead us to solid ground.

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