Interview with Matthew Oliver of RHS Garden Hyde Hall
This year is the International Year of Fruit and Vegetables so we talk to someone who is passionate abut growing vegetables. So much so that when Matt isn't caring for Global Growth Vegetable Garden at RHS Garden Hyde Hall, he is looking after multiple allotments...
Epsd. #65 - W/Matthew Oliver - "Unbroken Brain" Book Discussion
Matthew is back! Sean and Matt are talking about an incredible book by the title "Unbroken Brain", written by Maia Svalavitz. Sean and Matt hit on topics such as how set and setting play a huge role in our substance use, the importance of keeping a good schedule, and how your experience of a successful recovery is not the same for everyone else. Click here to check out Maia Svalavitz website and be sure to check out the Room 9 website as well.
Matthew Oliver is back once again. In this episode Matthew talks about his recent battle with Mental Health, finding balance between caring too much and not caring enough after a relapse, and the importance of holding yourself accountable in recovery. Room 9 Website YouTube Facebook LinkedIn Instagram
In this episode of Room 9 Sean sits down with a Room 9 Regular, Matthew Oliver. Sean and Matt touch base on the importance of having a plan incase a relapse or lapse happens. Setting a plan up for yourself and your family members can prevent overreaction and further destructive behaviors.
Epsd. 31 - W/Matthew Oliver - Oxford House Inc. And Finding Your Passion
Matthew Oliver is back for the thirty first episode of Room 9. In this episode Sean and Matt discuss the pros and cons of living in an Oxford House, finding what you have a passion for, and how the harder you work the luckier you get because the universe will provide. So grab a cup a coffee and join us for an amazing conversation.
Matthew Oliver is back for the third time in episode 26. Sean and Matt sit down and they discuss Sean's vision for Room 9, the people who are looking at jail time for being responsible for the opiate crisis, and how developing self-love, self-acceptance, and self-forgiveness is imperative in life.