Real-Life Recovery Tips: Strong Support Groups
"Keep your group strong," and you'll always have supporters and accountability in your sobriety. Drummer Liberty DeVitto shares his top recovery tip in this video
Family, friends, sober peers in your recovery support groups or 12-step programs: These are the people in your corner when you’re getting sober, and they’ll be there for you in both trying and triumphant moments.
That doesn’t change in long-term sobriety. Liberty DeVitto, the longtime drummer with Billy Joel who drove many of his top-charting hits, is 20 years sober, and his support network is as strong as ever.
In this real-life recovery tip, Liberty explains what it means to have a strong sober support group, and how it keeps his recovery solid.
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