GET, STAY, LOVE SOBER TOGETHER

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Your Community

A safe and secure women's group. This is your Sober A-Team, cheering you on, and sharing the joys and the challenges of life.  The power is in the connection of women together, stronger together.

Your Meetings

Your meetings - weekly online peer support meetings to reflect on a topic, To share and listen to the stories of other women on a similar path and wise women to cheer you on wherever you are on your journey.

Your resources

Exclusive discounts on Love Sober Courses and events to support you on your exploration of sober living. A library of videos with sober life hacks & interviews with guests to keep you informed and inspired. 

Get, Stay, Love Sober Together

Join professional coach Kate Baily & a brilliant group of peers to build a life you love sober.

This is a collective collaborative space to find your sober sisterhood, gather resources and join like minded women on their own personal development journey.

Share your common bonds, values, interests and connect and keep accountable and connected on your sober journey.

Our membership provides a space to talk about the good days and bad days, to chat through what's going on, make suggestions, support each other and have somewhere safe, secure, secret and sober.

Whether you are sober or sober curious you are welcome.

Team Love Sober will be there to support the group and  ensure this space is what we believe in - a kind, compassionate, non-judgemental women's group because it's key and we know this space will help you all to get, stay and love sober.

Join Get, Stay, Love Sober Together and work alongside Kate and the group to keep curious, active and supported in the things that matter most to you.

JOIN THE SOBER SISTERHOOD NOW

"Their honesty, vulnerability and sense of humor made me feel like I was hanging out with friends and I needed that desperately in a time I felt so alone. Their approach to sobriety-that it’s awesome, way better and something to love as opposed to something to slog through in misery was so easy to internalize because they spoke of it in such a genuine way. I wanted what they had! "

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