Rebecca Rush is an LA based, NY bred comedian and writer. She hosts a podcast called Comic’s Book Club and a monthly themed show called Vulnerability at El Cid Sunset the first Tuesday of the month at 8 pm. She has been featured on Viceland and Funny or Die. Notable podcast appearances include YKWD, Race Wars, The Dork Forest, PepTalks, and Cumia. Her writing has appeared in numerous publications including Fodor’s Travel, Miami New Times, The Dyrt, and The Fix, The Temper, and Workit Health. She is currently finishing a memoir in essays. You can find her on Instagram and Twitter.
When Rebecca Rush was drinking and using, she only had one type of friend – the kind that would put up with me. Now she has so many. She identified five archetypes of friendships that we all make – or solidify – once we are truly on the path to recovery.
Rebecca Rush wrote an eye opening blog about the dangers of newly sober influencers on the recovery community.
Rebuilding familial trust in the era of Covid takes a long time. Acceptance is the answer to all our troubles today. Rebecca Rush shares her experience trying to make amends while a global pandemic is happening.
Coming back from a relapse is tricky. The shame of having done the thing you swore you would not do again combined with the physical compulsion to do more and the desire to numb rather than face whatever damage you have now caused your life is a wretched trifecta.
For the first decade since I was introduced to the idea of sobriety, giving up marijuana was something I never wanted to or thought I
Our eyes have been open wider than ever after the recent events in the news. Rebecca Rush is here to share her experience with everyday racism as a sober white person.