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Episode 22 – Building an Online Recovery Community with Paul Churchill

Episode 22 – Building an Online Recovery Community with Paul Churchill

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Hope Mindful Compassion Show – Episode 22 – Building an Online Recovery Community with Paul Churchill

A conversation between Paul Churchill and Paul Garrigan

In this week’s episode, we are delighted to have Paul Churchill from Recovery Elevator on the Show. Paul has built a successful online recovery community, and his podcast is coming up to 1,000,000 downloads. Today he talks about the importance of community for those trying to break free of addiction, and we discuss how modern technology such as podcasts can provide this.

You can listen to Paul’s podcast on his website or download it on iTunes or an Android app.

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