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Do You Have An "Addict Brain"?

Matt Seefeld was speeding down the “pathway to hell”. He had isolated himself from everyone he loved including his wife and children. Matt’s after work celebratory beverage consumption and intake of pain meds were at an all time high. His life of first class flying, country clubs, and a pocket full of dough were all he needed to supply his addiction. #mylifelink #sobertribe #gratefuladdict #extraordinarylife



Detoxing from pain meds once a month with an abundance of alcohol was normal for Seefeld. It wasn’t until much later in life that he realized the amount of pain and destruction he had caused himself and those around him. It was time for Matt to make a change before it was too late. It took 15 years of addiction for Matt to recognize that the addict staring back at him desperately needed to find a pathway to sobriety and a purpose to lead him there.



Matt admitted himself into the, Betty Ford Center. He worked extremely hard on his sobriety making all of his wrongs as right as they could be. Upon exiting the center, Seefeld had a life changing revelation, “I needed to help other addicts find an easier pathway to recovery and support the radical honesty, transparency, and accountability required to stay sober and live an extraordinary life”. Too many times you are given a name of an alumni that will help you upon release from treatment, who may not even be sober. Seefeld found himself in this position yet, he had questions, “Do we have anything in common? Do we have the same interests? Do we have the same addiction history or similar profession”? How can this alumni be of any assistance to Matt when they have absolutely nothing in common? This was the motivation that he needed to help other recovering addicts in the same situation. Seefeld created a FREE, @mylifelink app where thousands of people from all over the world engage everyday to support and inspire each other in their recovery.



my-Life-Link, helps addicts get into recovery, beat addiction, and build an extraordinary life by harnessing the power of the “Addict Brain”. my-Life-Link, is a transformative platform where addicts from all around the world and all walks of life can connect, share, and inspire each other! Not everyone has been through things like PTSD, anxiety, and loss. Addiction comes in many forms, not just drugs and alcohol but, behavioral and emotional as well. my-Life-Link, allows people to connect with other individuals who actually UNDERSTAND them and their struggles, helping them find a way to stay sober and live amazing lives.



my-Life-Link, is a FREE mobile addiction and recovery app. Members are encouraged to log emotions, daily activities, and access all free content and training. By entering their background, addiction, and interests, my-Life-Link, connects people with others in their area that have the same interests and background. Now, NO ONE has to fight addiction and recovery alone!



COVID-19 has forced everyone indoors, eliminated in person meetings, and placed technology in our faces. Connecting online through the, @mylifelink app is safe, easy, and FREE! Accessing virtual tools such as meetings,workouts, meditations, yoga, and much more is critical.



Addicts have daily struggles just to stay sober and let’s not forget the triggers. my-Life-Link, helps addicts through these times with people just like them.

Matt Seefeld wants you to know, “If you need more pain and consequences before you get sober, it’s out there but I promise, you don’t! @mylifelink, is here to help when you're ready for sobriety. Addiction isn’t going away, it’s only getting worse. Recognize your value, love yourself, be grateful you have an amazing Addict Brain, and build an extraordinary life with the, my-Life-Link Sober Tribe.”



Download the, @mylifelink app from Apple or Google Play. Get the help that you deserve TODAY! It’s time to claim your life back, start by downloading @mylifelink app, for FREE Today!




You can check out Matt Seefeld’s full journey in my blogs titled, Addiction Is A Disease, Not A Choice.



my-Life-Link https://www.mylifelinkapp.com/

my-Life-Link is on all social platforms. Get started on a sober you today!

https://www.instagram.com/mylifelink/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/matt-seefeld-521319/

https://twitter.com/myLifeLink1

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If you or someone you know needs help, please reach out today!


my-Life-Link https://www.mylifelinkapp.com/

Addiction Hotline 1-800-662-4357

SAMHSA https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline

American Addiction Center

https://americanaddictioncenters.org/rehab-guide/alcohol-drug-hotline

Betty Ford Foundation https://www.hazeldenbettyford.org/


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