Eboni Jewel Sears speaks frankly about her sexual maladaptive behavior and how she began to use SMART Recovery several years ago to overcome it. She also became a SMART Recovery facilitator and hosts a weekly meeting on the issue for others in recovery, especially vulnerable teens and young adults.
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Thank you Eboni, for speaking for SMART. Your worth is why I volunteer. I am so glad you never gave up on getting what you deserve. You are a person to be admired. Beautiful!
Gave me a glimpse of a life I might have.
What an uplifting story of a triumphal journey in the human experience.
Thank you very much for sharing your very human story.
Thanks for sharing your story.