Why She left AA: “Don’t Call Me an Addict, I Don’t Live There Anymore” with Lara Frazier! Lara Frazier, MBA, is a freelance writer, truth-teller, sobriety warrior, founder of Sober Evolution, and the Marketing and Outreach Manager for Renewal Health Group in Southern California. Her work has been featured in The Huffington Post, Glamour, AddictionUnscripted.Com, and WorkIt Health. Lara joins Maegan and Bobby to discuss her Huffingpost piece titled “Don’t Call Me an Addict, I Don’t Live There Anymore,” plus the backlash from members of the recovery community, and how she is thriving in her life today! Visit www.larafrazier.com now to check out her work and follow her on IG @sillylara.
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