Beth Leipholtz

Beth Leipholtz

Beth is a Minnesota girl with a love for words and creativity. In her day-to-day life, she works as a reporter at the local newspaper. Her passions are writing about recovery at, doing graphic design and spending time with her boyfriend and three dogs.
Beth got sober in college at age 20. Her last drink was taken on May 6, 2013. In the time since, she has attended recovery conferences, forged relationships with others in recovery and learned to use her experience to help others. She hopes her writing can bring clarity to other young people struggling with addiction and let them know they are far from alone.

Content written by Beth Leipholtz

The 5 Best Ways To Ask For Help With Addiction Published:

10 Things You (Probably) Won’t Miss About Drinking Published:

5 Ways Your Life Gets Better When You Stop Drinking Published:

3 Reasons To Speak Out About Your Recovery   Published:

5 Reasons To Stay Sober In Difficult Times Published:

5 Things I Wish I’d Been Told In Early Sobriety Published:

4 Ways To Overcome Negativity In Recovery Published:

5 Benefits To Getting Sober Young Published:

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