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Wes Geer


Episode Description:

Guitarist, songwriter and producer, Wesley Geer, gets real about his addiction and rocking his way to recovery. From licking heroin off his bathroom floor to bragging about being a meth head to press, Wesley’s honest portrayal of his addiction to how the 12 steps helped him transform and find a life of service is a conversation not to miss. Listen in as Wesley inspires us to let go and realize we are not our addiction.

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