#SheRecoversNYC!

Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that this weekend is She Recovers in NYC!

Something that I've been talking about for, you know, only like a year.

Mother and daughter She Recovers co-founding team Dawn Nickel and Taryn Strong are bringing recovery luminaries Glennon Doyle Melton, Gabby Bernstein, Marianne Williamson, yogis Elena Brower and She Recovers' own Taryn--as well as 500 other women in recovery from ANYTHING together this weekend, Friday May 5 - Sunday May 7 for the first event of its kind. Think program agnostic and more spiritual enlightenment/wellness/personal development. 

The Illustrious Keynotes

The illustrious keynotes.

Sober Yogis Taryn Strong and Elena Brower

 
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Having spent six years growing our online space for women in recovery and witnessing the incredible evolution of the cyber-sober movement, there are two things we know will always be true: We recover in different ways, and we are stronger together. We are proof that women can live a life of hope, health, and happiness in recovery.
— Dawn Nickel, Co-Founder of She Recovers

My fellow cyber-sober blogger, Laura Ward of Quit Wining and her own PR firm, WardComm exquisitely lays out the event in her press release and press kit.  Take a peek: She Recovers Brings Cyber-Sober Movement to Real Life in Manhattan.

If that magic wasn't enough, there are workshops galore led by powerful women addressing everything from money sobriety and sober sex to sugar addiction and recovery coaching.  And more.

Workshop Leaders

Let's not forget the cyber-sober blogger team that yours truly is proud to be a member of -- and part of what makes She Recovers so special, because this event is really an outpouring of a vibrant digital community. 

Official Sober Blogger Team

What I'm most excited about is being reunited with the many women I've had the distinct honor to meet and cultivate friendships with -- and then the many more I've formed a digital sisterhood with.  I can't even name names because there are JUST. SO. MANY of them/you.  

I love you all.


PS!

There's still an opportunity to join the excitement. With exclusive content for our livestream participants, the fun/love/light will continue over the Internet airwaves.