Queen of #SobrietySecrets
Tami Harper Winn is currently a featured blogger on Drunkless.com. Her recovery and her writing are a true labor of love and have been showcased @recoveryrockstars and the September Edition of #LivesUnfiltered @ www.markgoodson.com, as well as regularly @sobergridapp. She was given serious consideration for Hippocampus Magazine's Annual Themed Edition “Firsts,” where she made the Short List. Her powerful story has been shared with hundreds during various speaking engagements. Tami works an imperfect 12-Step Recovery Program with the help of a very huge Higher Power. With over six years of sobriety, she openly breaks her anonymity on a daily basis to help others who suffer from the seemingly hopeless disease of alcoholism and addiction. Tami was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada where she received her Masters in Partying. She completed her Doctorate in Alcoholism on 05/20/2010 by getting sober in Boise, Idaho where she now resides. It is there that she attended and graduated from Boise State University, joining the ranks of Alumni. Her passion is writing but anyone who knows her, knows that her three children are her first love. She is the proud Mema to five and a soon-to-be empty nester/world traveler. Her long list of experience includes: Marketing Director, Managing Consultant, Editor, Public Relations Manager, Peer Recovery Coach, and overall Miracle Worker. Tami’s first book is currently in the works.
TAMI'S LATEST BLOGS:
Judas, that was who she was to this flock. She had committed the ultimate betrayal to this community and they didn’t even know it.
As a group, we are adventurous. We are brilliant. We are brave beyond measure. We are fearless in our quest. Even with all our successes, I must admit we often times were cloaked in the fear of failure – each one of us.
What do you do when you’ve had a bad day?
I pull into my driveway catching glimpse of the officer tucked up in the tree across the street, gun drawn.
I had finally hit the Olympics of emotional pain. I took home the gold.
“Can you see that?" She looked around with all the wonder of a small child...“That’s right. You can’t see colors yet.”
My brain is hard-wired differently so it took me longer than some to figure out that I had a problem to begin with.
So as each month lent itself to the next, it was only fitting that I define what I needed...
Recognized in September Edition of LivesUnfiltered @ www.markgoodson.com
Story recognized in the April Edition @ www.recoveryrockstars.com
Contributor/Blogger for Sobergridapp.com