…can we just be Broken Together?

Broken Together…

Broken Together…

Allow me to introduce myself in true 12-step fashion…
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I am a beloved son of Heavenly Parents, in long-term recovery from Alcoholism.

2023 is shaping up to be a banner year.
A new look and a new mission for ChangeOfHeart.LIFE, and most importantly:


“Maybe you and I were never meant
to be complete;

Can we just be broken together?”

“Helping families recover from addiction by being Broken Together
has become my mission statement. In the past three and a half years, “little ol’ broken me” has spent LOTS of time sharing the path with my fellow humans on their recovery journey.

In June 2019, I founded ChangeOfHeart.LIFE; a blog where I share stories of my decades as a “Mormon alcoholic.”

Throughout my journey of recovery, I have observed that without exception, success in Addiction Recovery is based on imperfect people helping imperfect people. I see the power of this concept every day in peer support groups, clinical treatment groups, and 12-step meetings.

Now, as I set my focus on family support for LDS families with addiction issues, I realize that non-judgemental and vulnerable sharing is all about recognizing and embracing our individual brokenness.

If you are a caregiver for a struggling family member, please remember the 4 “C’s”:

You did not…
CAUSE your loved one’s addiction, you cannot
CONTROL their addiction, and you cannot
CURE their addiction.

You CAN however
CONTRIBUTE to their addictive behaviors…
or to their recovery.

In 2019, I became a Certified Recovery Support Specialist with little idea of what I was doing and how it would impact my life. I started working at the Davis Receiving Center in Farmington, UT, a short-term social detox with the goal of helping addicts get started on the road to recovery. Since then, I have served as a Recovery Peer on an outpatient basis, and I continue to be a Facilitator for the LDS Addiction Recovery Program. My passion is supporting people looking for a new start and striving for sobriety.

Now, I embark on the next step of the adventure…
A music ministry to promote Addiction Recovery, Family Support, Helping, and Healing.

I invite you to join me on this journey!

This week only, I am offering a free, no-obligation 30-minute consultation to discuss your needs and goals. So, whether your affliction is personal or a family member’s addiction/mental health problems, I am here to talk and help you find solutions.

Check out a couple of my favorite music videos about
gospel-based family support: