Rise & Grind Recovery Radio e3 – In this episode we speak with national recovery advocate, Nadine Machkovech, who is encouraging the community to stand up and speakk out to help save the lives of our youth.
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- In the first half, Anthony Alvarado invites national recovery advocate, Nadine Machkovech, into the studio to shine light on the recent overdose deaths in the Fox Valley, where she explains the importance of breaking the silence and reducing the stigma that surrounds addiction and mental health.
- In the second half, Nadine sheds tears and opens up about her family struggles with addiction. She tells our audience the importance of reaching out for help, finding connection, support, loving yourself, sharing your story with others, and why hope heals.
“I want to be in the arena. I want to be brave with my life. And when we make the choice to dare greatly, we sign up to get our asses kicked. We can choose courage or we can choose comfort, but we can’t have both. Not at the same time. Vulnerability is not winning or losing; it’s having the courage to show up and be seen when we have no control over the outcome. Vulnerability is not weakness; it’s our greatest measure of courage”
– Brene Brown; author of Rising Strong (also referenced in this week’s podcast*).
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about anthony alvarado
Rise & Grind Recovery Radio is brought to you by Anthony Alvarado; who is a person in long-term recovery and recognized as a national speaker, writer, and one of the leading voices in the recovery movement.
Since 2013, he has traveled over 100,000 miles with the Rise Together team; where they have spoken to over 120,000 young people on mental health and addiction. Today they are continuing to encourage thousands of students to talk about the issues they care most about.
Now, he looks to invite conversation from all over the nation to help show the world that recovery is amazing and so is life when you discover your talents, passion, and purpose. This radio podcast is for the entire community because we need YOU to help change the world.