Howdy, I'm Jace!

I am an intuitive guide for people working to gain freedom from addiction through self-mastery.

Together we work to master the self beneath the addiction not the symptoms that result from it. 

We get real, go deep and have lots of fun along the way!

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Jace's Personal Story
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I began recovery for sex addiction in June of 2014. For me it was an absolutely last resort before suicide. I said (to whom, I'm not sure - myself, The Universe, addiction, who knows) "I'll give it one meeting, and if it doesn't work, I'm out."

I went to my first 12 Step recovery meeting for sex addiction on Thursday June 5, 2014 and was SHOCKED to find there were others like me who had experienced the pain I'd been in.

What was even more surprising is that some of them actually seemed to be doing pretty well. Up till this point I didn't even know sex addiction was "a thing" or that there was another way of living. 

Having been sexually abused starting at age 5, I'd been living a double life of secrecy, lies, manipulation and self-hatred for over 2 decades. I thought there was simply something inherently wrong with me. I was broken and convinced there was no fixing it. I've never been happier to be wrong in my whole life!

I'll be honest, I didn't get sober right after that first meeting. 

I trudged along for months going from short lengths of sobriety to full blown relapses. In February 2015 I hit a new bottom that was scary enough for me to start taking this whole addiction thing seriously.

My illusion of "I got this" came crashing down.

I didn't have control of it and realized I couldn't do it on my own. Most importantly I no longer wanted to. So I sat down, shut up and started listening to what had worked for others.

This began on February 2, 2015, and I am grateful to be have been sexually sober since that day.


I have also included many other areas in my path where addiction had shown up, such as alcohol, work, food, stress, spending, codependency… pretty much whatever triggers the addiction cycle in the brain.

I am now able to engage in these areas in a healthy way that models the growing love and respect I have for myself. I believe with long-term dedication this is possible for every person with addiction.

Wanna know how? Keep reading!

Hi, I’m Jace, and I’m a Self-Development Junkie 

(if you’ve been in recovery as long as I was, you know you just responded with 
“Hi Jace!” in your head :-P)

Long before I found recovery I dove deep into the self help section of 
every bookstore and website I came across.

For the longest time I couldn’t figure out what I was doing wrong.


Turns out I wasn’t doing anything wrong. The gurus I followed and the programs I went through didn’t work because they didn’t cater to the fact that I have a chronic condition that requires conscious care and attention. 
They didn’t take into account the rollercoaster of mental illness. 
They never touched on having trauma in my background 
(or the brain changes that come with it).

These programs may work great for others, but 
something was always missing for me. 

Then I found the world of recovery. I worked a 12 Step program, engaged 
with non-12 Steps programs, went to therapy, got sober, and 
started seeing the promises show up. 

My life improved a ton, but something was still missing

Yes, I was sober and stable, but I wanted more from life than this. 


I knew I was willing to go to any lengths - recovery taught me that - I just needed to know what the hell they were and how to get there.

As someone recovering from trauma, addiction 
and a myriad of mental illnesses, 

I needed A PROGRAM that 
united BILL W with LES BROWN 


Problem was, it didn’t exist. 

So I created it!

I started seeing BIG results when I merged the world of recovery 
with everything I’d studied in the areas of high performance, wellness, law of attraction, prosperity, mindfulness, habits,  spirituality, relationships and neuropsychology.

I’ve spent the last several years combining all of that into You Got This! Recovery because I believe people in recovery are not only as able as "normal people" but far more capable of achieving a boldly satisfying life.


We are spiritual beings having a spiritual experience through the human condition.

If you'd like to learn more about Jace through the experiences of others, they've happily shared them here!

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