About

Christopher J Weiss

Father, Family Man, Angler, Musician, Gamer, Blogger, And
Owner/Creator of Lifeoholics Anonymous

About Me

My name is Christopher Weiss, I am currently 31 years old and I am from Northeast Pennsylvania. I am the creator and owner of Lifeoholics Anonymous, a fishing and recovery website/blog that’s based on my own personal recovery story and the things I have learned over my many years of fishing.

Apart from Lifeoholics Anonymous, I am a father, lover, family man, musician, cook, outdoors man, gamer, techy, and a recovering addict. I have a 10 year old daughter who I do not get to see much (Not By Choice). I live with my amazing girlfriend, her 9 year old son, and her 3 year old son whom which she has split custody of. They are one of the main reasons for which I decided to start on this venture into blogging and vlogging and I owe them so much for their support and love through the most difficult of times.

Thanks to my addiction and many past mistakes during that time period, I trampled over many legitimate jobs and got very behind on child support and other debts. By the time I decided enough was enough and got myself help to overcome my addiction, it felt as if it was too late. I had already dug a huge debt with domestic relations and my friends and family who had helped support me on and off during the worst parts of my addiction. Thanks to those closest to me helping me realize it’s never too late to make something of yourself. I gained the confidence to keep moving forward and not let anything stand in the way of what I truly want to do in life.

I started and still work for Hess Estate Liquidators as a part time independent contractor to help finance my dream of becoming an online influencer both in the blogging world and the vlogging world as well. Everyone has to start somewhere and no one becomes a success overnight. So this here is my starting point and I hope to prove to many of those people out there who felt the same way as I did. That there is no such thing as too late. As long as you work hard and want it bad enough, then you can easily change your life for the better.

Thank you for your support and I hope to make you all proud!

Currently Working On…
  • Reaching Out To Others In Recovery To Help In Anyway I Can And To Show Them The Benefits That Fishing Has To Offer Through Any Stage Of Recovery
  • Getting Ready For Full On Spring/Summer Fishing
  • Establishing A YouTube Channel, Filming, Editing, And Uploading Videos
  • Reaching Out To Locally Owned Businesses To Feature In Spotlight Reviews
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