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George Williams

George is the founder and the presenter of inexcess.tv Here in his blog George talks about his inner most thoughts on his journey through recovery, his experiences making the show and shares his insights into the world around us etc.

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Posted by George Williams on Monday, December 1st, 2008

Wow, series 2 is here and I’m so looking forward to it. Obviously I love the thrill and excitement of the whole experience but most of all I enjoy it because it puts me in the thick of people with problems and issues just like me. In my search for recovery I’m sharing what I’m learning and this really works for me. After all Inexcess and everything that comes with it is my way of keeping very aware of my character and what I must work on daily to keep on the straight and narrow. I’ve been very fortunate this year with the help of Inexcess to meet amazing people, experience many ways and success’s of recovery, most of all watching people start journey’s. This for me has been the most worthwhile

This week we’re straight in with the impact on family and friends, the importance of their help and support in our recovery, often the real heroes. I want to explore the best strategies for all the parties to use.

Personally, our problems and how we deal with them can be very confusing, even very selfish. We can be full of fear, at the same time searching for peace but I no longer accept that people won’t understand. Actually so many will, we just have to be open an honest about how we really feel inside and secondly there is loads of help out there, you just have to have a real desire to want it. Inexcess has proven that.

Keep your questions coming and I’ll see you live at 8, don’t be late

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