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That Sober Guy Podcast

That Sober Guy Podcast was created by Producer Shane Ramer. Shane battled a 17 year alcohol and drug addiction and in 2013 he sought treatment. Less than a year later, he started That Sober Guy Podcast as a way to share his own recovery and allow others to share theirs. Today, TSG is one of the top recovery podcasts with millions of downloads across multiple continents. Shane resides with his family in Northern California. Check out TSG at www.ThatSoberGuy.com

Jun 30, 2017

Chris Pesce is in long term recovery, as well as COO of Sober Grid, one of the most innovative and kick ass recovery communities in the industry. Sober Grid is a free iOS/Android app that connects you with other sober people. You are instantly connected to a global sober community in your neighborhood and around...


Jun 23, 2017

Lee Pepper is an advocate for people in recovery. As a member of the executive leadership team with Foundations Recovery Network,  Lee leads the Foundations online marketing teams, business development team, conference team and alumni team. Lee also spent eight years in the U.S. Army Reserves, completing Air...


Jun 16, 2017

There are hundreds of thousands of people struggling with addiction today. In todays episode, Shane talks about some of those we have lost along the way, and how we can play a role in helping someone just by asking them how they are doing. 

This episode is dedicated to Jonathan C. King. 

August 16, 1986 - June 8th, 2017...


Jun 9, 2017

Mike Gambo is a writer, Hip-Hop artist and also co-owner of Hood Hippie Entertainment. He also works for Transformations Treatment Center and helps operate their music recovery program Soundpath Recovery. After dropping out of high school to sell drugs, Mike soon found himself struggling with his own addiction...


Jun 5, 2017

I recently had an opportunity to chat with Jed and Jay from Church & Other Drugs. These 2 dudes are awesome and good examples that you can be real and honest about your recovery, but still have a good time doing it.  With all the heavy and serious content we sometimes put out, It was a great reminder for me to practice...