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That Sober Guy Podcast

My name is Shane Ramer. As long as I was high I didn't have to feel. Drugs took the pain away, and to be honest, I liked being high. I thought I was cool. I even had a nickname, 'Cocaine Shane'. I'm a regular dude from the suburbs in Northern California. After 17 years of struggling with drugs and alcohol, for the first time in my life I took a stand for something. I didn't care what anyone would say. I didn't care what anyone would think. I went to rehab and got sober September 11th, 2013. Now I talk to people about addiction, alcoholism, recovery, and more. If I can do it, you can do it too. Check us out at www.ThatSoberGuy.com

Nov 30, 2018

Stacey Tickner is a hairstylist from Sacramento California. Her first experience with alcohol was at the age of 13, and her drinking career began at the age  of 23. What started as just “social drinking” escalated to “problem drinking” over a 10 year period, which left her unable to moderate her own use. As...


Nov 28, 2018

We just launched our new course podcast video course called How to Navigate the First 90-Days of Sobriety!

Here's a quick rundown on why we made it, who's involved, what it's all about, and how it can help you!

 

Check us out at www.ThatSoberGuy.com 

Connect with us on instagram @realthatsoberguy and @shaneramer on...


Nov 23, 2018

Patrick Holbert is a former TV producer-turned-standup comedian. He has appeared on Sirius XM, TruTV, The Travel Channel, and was the host of the internationally syndicated TV show “The Movie Loft” for two years. Currently ten years sober, Patrick uses his past struggles with alcohol for his brutally honest comedy....


Nov 16, 2018

Some of us love our family and are excited to get together for Thanksgiving. Some of us cant stand our family and would rather suck a fart out of an old mans ass than spend 5 minutes with any one of them. Either way the one thing that matters is this; no matter what the circumstances, if we’re gonna stay sober,...


Nov 12, 2018

Nick Kratzer is a former US Marine and was injured during a training exercise, which led to several knee surgeries and a prescription for opiates, which spiraled into years of addiction. Nick is now coming up on four years sober and works on the Footprints to Recovery Outreach Team to help improve access to addiction...