The Ties That Bind Us

If you’re a musician in recovery, let us share your story.

 

Whether you have one year or 20, your experience, strength and hope is your spiritual commodity. You share it with those close to you, and sometimes with your fans … but The Ties That Bind Us is a unique opportunity for you to tell the world about your recovery journey: what it was like, what happened and what it’s like now. A way to carry the message: that an addict or an alcoholic, any of us, can stop using, lose the desire to use and find a new way to live. The message is hope – that’s where you come in. And by telling your story, you get to share the promise of freedom that recovery grants us.

 

Because The Ties That Bind Us is a unique interview series, the subjects themselves get to approve the final draft before it’s published. We want to honor various program traditions involving anonymity, but more importantly, we want those we interview to feel completely comfortable with how their journey is represented in story form.

 

If you are interested in sharing, either your own story or a profile you've written of a musician in recovery, contact us at info@bradfordhealth.net.

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