Struggling with the demons of his past, Steve Granger contemplated suicide on a regular basis. He hit rock bottom during a men’s retreat in February 2013 and knew it was time to make a change. According to Granger, he went to a Christian psychologist for 16 months while taking Zoloft (a prescription drug commonly used to treat depression and anxiety). While working through his initial stages of recovery he learned “I’m not responsible for the things that happened to me in the past. However, I am responsible for how I let them affect the rest of my life.” He has focused on moving forward and allowing room for failure. “If you fall, get back up,” Granger states. Today he devotes much of his time to leading his Recovery Group and finds joy is watching others transform their lives.