Boston's own father-daughter recovered team bring it to you straight, no chaser! Maegan and Bobby give an uncensored, open-minded, and unconventional take on all things addiction, recovery, and holistic health!
Boston's own father-daughter recovered team bring it to you straight, no chaser! Maegan and Bobby give an uncensored, open-minded, and unconventional take on all things addiction, recovery, and holistic health!
This podcast is about recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, sobriety and the journey of recovery, community and healing. The stories are inspiring, funny and touching. They will provide hope and help others to feel like they are not alone. Today is the day to start living the life of your dreams and be who you were meant to be! For more resources, visit odaatchat.com or visit us on Facebook, search ODAAT Chat Podcast
Rank #1: OC004 Gabriel M - Losing a Brother, Social Media, Co-Parenting.
In this episode, Gabriel shares what he believes to be the origin of his alcoholism, the death of his brother when he was just 13 years old, and what it’s like to be a single father among many other topics. I know Gabriel to be an honest hardworking man who does his best to do the right thing for his sobriety and his two young boys and I’m proud to call him my friend. If you have any comments or thoughts to share, just use hashtag #odaatchatGabriel and we will include them on the next episode of ODAAT Chat! Peace & Love, Arlina
Rank #2: OC40 - Rosemary O'Connor-Author of A Sober Mom's Guide to Recovery.
On today’s episode, I’m chatting with Rosemary O’Connor, author of “A Sober Mom’s Guide to Recovery” published by Hazelden publishing, which is pretty darn cool if you ask me, right?! Rosemary has been in recovery since 1999 and is a certified addiction and recovery coach. She founded ROC Recovery services to respond to the needs of women and mothers in recovery. Main Site: http://rocrecoveryservices.com/ Blog: http://rocrecoveryservices.com/blog/ In this episode she shares some of the consequences of her drinking, how it affected her career as a salesperson, her marriage and her 3 children. We talk about solutions too, like how to deal with guilt & loneliness and how to practice self care in order to build up health self esteem. So with that, please enjoy this episode with Rosemary! Peace & Love, Arlina
Hear what leading addiction and recovery experts are talking about—addiction trends, topics and challenges as well as research, practices and advances that point the most promising way forward. Author and recovery advocate William C. Moyers serves as host of this thought-provoking interview series, brought to you by the renowned Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Listen in on Moyers' conversations with his colleagues who work at the forefront of addiction treatment, recovery and prevention, including noted clinicians, researchers, academics and other thought leaders. With equal parts information and inspiration, Let's Talk Addiction and Recovery opens the door to help, healing and hope.
Rank #1: Women, Alcohol and Addiction.
Millions of women in the U.S. engage in drinking behavior that poses a substantial risk to their health and well-being, particularly young women in their late teens and early twenties. Addiction researcher Audrey Klein, PhD., joins host William C. Moyers to take a closer look at what's behind the increased rates of binge and heavy drinking among women, why addiction progresses more rapidly for women than men, and what kinds of medical, mental health and other complications are associated with hazardous drinking for women. Klein also addresses the shame factor: Women typically wait longer than men to seek help for addiction, resulting in a more severe progression of the disease.
Rank #2: How Addiction Affects Your Body and Mind.
Learn how addiction to alcohol or other drugs hijacks the brain and why people in active addiction continue drinking or using substances despite devastating effects. Recovery expert Marvin D. Seppala, MD, joins host William C. Moyers to discuss the disease of addiction in easily understandable terms: the role of dopamine in the brain's reward center; effects of alcohol and other drugs on the brain, liver, heart and mental health; genetic and other risk factors for addiction.
Helping you get the sober life you want.
Rank #1: #29 A Sober-Minded Life with Jenn Kautsch of Sober Sis.
Sober Sis founder, Jenn Kautsch, is a pioneer in this movement of sober-minded living. This is about making a conscious choice to be the best version of yourself, to live in an intentional manner creating the life you want. And sometimes that means living alcohol-free. Hear Jenn’s story of how she recognized alcohol was causing some inner turmoil, it was taking up too much ‘space’ in her life, and how she embarked on this amazing journey to create Sober Sis. Sober Sis is a tribe of women who are gray-area drinkers. No labels, no all-or-nothing mentality, no horror stories of DUIs and jail stints (like me :))- but women who feel as though drinking is a bit more prominent in their lives than they want it to be. Sober Sis is the place to find love, acceptance, and support when you don’t fit the stereotypes, but want to make a change. We recorded this episode in Jenn’s home in Fort Worth, TX. A beautiful and warm home where she hosts gatherings for her tribe called Mocktails & Munchies. An alcohol-free get together where the tribe experiments with different drink recipes as they support and connect with one another without the need for wine or spirits. It’s amazing what Jenn is doing, and I am super grateful she spent this time with me and let me get to know more about her, and Sober Sis! www.sobersis.com @sobersis email@example.com
Rank #2: Gifts of Sobriety with Grant.
Addiction knows no bounds. It doesn’t care if you come from a good home, it doesn’t care what zip code you’re in or how good your job is- when alcoholism strikes, it is strategic and powerful. Grant shares his story of living with anxiety and alcoholism, how he turned his life around, and the gifts that sobriety brings.
Lynn Matti is an Internationally trained Mental Wellbeing psychotherapist, coach, writer, and woman in longterm Recovery. Each week, she discusses overdoing, addiction, perfectionism, and mental wellbeing. Lynn freely offers her professional and personal wisdom, evidenced-based therapy along with new and time tested tools, guidance, and inspiration for seekers of holistic mental wellness. Her mission is to help others choose, moderation, abstinence, sobriety or Recovery from busyness, overuse or addiction to alcohol, other substances or unhealthy behaviors. Lynn specializes in working with healers, helpers, survivors, and highly sensitive people (HSP Peeps), to build a happy life of awareness, insight, honesty, integrity, genuineness, true self-care & development Living life from the inside out! Find the latest research around addiction, mental health and neurobiology content at www.sobersoulrecovery.net Lynn teaches online and in-person at the intersection of resilience, courage, and hope. Known for her quirkiness, wisdom, and authenticity she brings tested, interesting, and fun practices and perspectives to her individual clients and group endeavors.
Rank #1: 41: Women, Loneliness, Midlife and Drinking: Why Are We So Unhappy? Part 1.
What makes women happy? We have so many choices, yet often have difficulty feeling good about what comes next. What do we turn to? Self-help, surgery, sex? Money, power, career? The options for women now are endless. But has too much choice killed off contentment? Lynn dives deep and gets to some solutions along the way.
Rank #2: 12. Facing Addiction Midlife: Awakening from the Numbing Effects Alcohol, Drugs, Eating, Spending, Planning and Perfecting..
Hey SoberSouls! Lynn Matti here, the sober therapist, welcome! This week I am entirely inspired by a recent blog by Brene Brown, The Midlife Unraveling at brenebrown.com. I also have a request for my weekly listeners. Although most of you are listening via my website, I am hoping you may be willing to visit Itunes and leave a quick rating or written review. If you do not like the podcast, please let me know why if it is something I can improve or change via email at Lynn@sobersoulrecovery.net. Thanks to the over 250 Itunes subscribers so far!
SHAIR - Sharing Helps Alcoholics in Recovery. In Recovery the most important ingredient to long term Sobriety is Community and Connection. SHAIR is not only a Recovery Podcast, it is a global Sobriety Network. Join me each week as we connect with people from all over the world who will SHAIR with you their inspirational journey of Recovery. Welcome to the SHAIR Podcast Sobriety Network.
Rank #1: 042: “My Truth Starts Here” Melissa Johnson now 6 months clean and sober takes us through 20 years of alcohol and drug abuse and her Journey into Recovery..
Melissa Johnson, the founder of My Truth Starts Here, now 6 months clean shares with us her horrific 20 year battle with alcohol and cocaine until she hits rock bottom and her journey into recovery begins.
Rank #2: SHAIR 47: Dope Sick with Cole Chance - What would you do with a Second Chance? From Heroin Addiction to Hope and Recovery! .
Cole Chance, now 2 years clean takes us through 16 years of the most gut wrenching Heroin/Cocaine Drug abuse imaginable for any human being and finally shares with us her inspirational journey into Recovery! Today Cole is a Yoga Instructor, a Y12SR Yoga instructor, performs Thai Massage and a world traveler who takes her message of hope and recovery all over the world. Clean Date: August 26, 2013
That Sober Guy Podcast was created by Producer Shane Ramer. Shane battled a 17 year alcohol and drug addiction and in 2013 he sought treatment. Less than a year later, he started That Sober Guy Podcast as a way to share his own recovery and allow others to share theirs. Today, TSG is one of the top recovery podcasts with millions of downloads across multiple continents. Shane resides with his family in Northern California. Check out TSG at www.ThatSoberGuy.com
Rank #1: SGR Ep94 - The 30 Day No Alcohol Challenge W/ James Swanwick.
James Swanwick never thought of himself as an alcoholic, but he tells us why he quit drinking for 30 days how it changed every aspect of his life. He never went back to drinking again and now inspires others to take the 30 No Alcohol Challenge!Do you consider yourself a social drinker? Or do you label yourself as an alcoholic? Do you wonder if your drinking habits are keeping you from living up to your true potential?This episode provokes a lot of questions about terms like 'sober' and 'alcoholic' and how the world sees people whom are labeled as such, but are words important at all as long as the goal of not drinking is achieved?
Rank #2: SGR Ep166 -7 Ways to Stay Sober in the New Year.
Shane rings in the New Year with a story about public restrooms and the importance of washing your hands after using the John. So how does this relate to recovery you ask? We're still not really sure. But what we do know is that Shane shares 7 ways that are imperative to help him stay sober, and how you can use these same 7 tips to stay sober and live a better life in the New Year. Download the I Am Sober App Today! I Am Sober App Website Google Play Store Apple App Store Need Help? Call Foundations Recovery Networks confidential and private line at: 877-714-1318 Nationwide Residential & Outpatient Facilities Thanks to our Sponsors: I Am Sober App Foundations Recovery Network Sober Nation Ad music by www.bensound.com
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Rank #1: TAA055 How To Stop Negative Thinking Immediately.
How to get out of a negative head space immediately Check out Erin’s yoga retreat in May on beautiful Anna Maria Island Yoga Teacher Training Retreat! (And Reiki Certification) Yoga is the process of freeing ourselves from the constraints of the mind and negative thinking. The mind wants to put us in a little box so we can be contained. ... Read More
Rank #2: TAA064 Inside the mind of an addict.
Inside the mind of an addict: and how to deal with us. Understand and coping with an addict. We have unaddressed Pain on the inside. It has nothing to do with you, and we are in such a chaotic cloud of pain that we can’t see past your own nose. It’s minute by minute, hour by hour, how can I ... Read More
Don't Die! Kids are dying and it needs to stop, that's the simple message addiction counselor Bob Forrest is trying to get out. Listen as Bob and Chuk talk honestly about music, drug addiction, treatment, the recovery industry and the lies that politicians and big pharma are telling the American public
Rank #1: Episode Eighty One.
The emotional toll of working in recovery, dealing with the task of documentation, Purdue bankrupt, Bobs moms death, being thoughtful, rockstar responsibility, Bob’s “adventures in drunken stupidity” and pooping your pants, Thelonious Monster and the weirdest band ever The Weirdos
Rank #2: Episode Fifty Eight.
Bob, Mike and Chuk remember Chris from the Dopey Podcast in a tribute after his death, education can’t replace experience in counseling, sometimes the only thing that works is hardcore rehab, Big pharma and puberty, ends with Dave from Dopey
SMART Recovery® Podcasts, a library of talks on addiction from the leading self-empowering peer support recovery group in the world. Enjoy entertaining, thought-provoking discussion with experts in the field of science-based addiction treatment and recovery.SMART Recovery provides services for those overcoming addictions of all types.
Rank #1: WEBINAR: How to Overcome Addiction in One Lesson with Dr. Michael Edelstein.
This is a lesson for any harmful behavior – drugs, gambling, eating disorders, smoking, self-harm -- substance-related or not. Bring your questions! We think you’ll find, as one book reviewer noted, that: “Michael Edelstein cuts through the psychological jargon and makes clear how all of us can effect powerful changes in our psyches, in our lives and in the lives of our loved ones.” Dr. Michael R. Edelstein is a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years’ experience and has a private practice in San Francisco, offering in-person as well as telephone/Skype sessions. He is famous as the author of Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, with David Ramsay Steele, a self-help book for overcoming common emotional and behavioral problems. Most recently, he published Stage Fright: 40 Stars Tell You How They Beat America's #1 Fear, with Mick Berry, Therapy Breakthrough: Why Some Psychotherapies Work Better Than Others, with Richard Kujoth and David Ramsay Steele, and Rational Drinking: How to Live Happily With or Without Alcohol, with Will Ross. He is a long-standing SMART Recovery Volunteer. Dr. Edelstein is a Training Supervisor and Fellow of the Albert Ellis Institute. He holds a diplomate in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy from, and is on the Board of Advisors of, the National Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapists. He is Past President of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy. In addition, Dr. Edelstein lectures nationally and internationally, has appeared on television as well as over 300 radio shows, trains professionals, and has published in psychological journals. Dr. Edelstein’s website, www.ThreeMinuteTherapy.com, has rich resources and includes links to some of his past presentations. We are thrilled that he has so generously offered his time to join us. This free webinar is made available by the generous sponsorship of the St. Gregory Retreat Center of Des Moines, Iowa. SMART Recovery depends on your donations!Please visit SMART Recovery or Click the Donate button below. © 2014 SMART Recovery®. Music composed, performed, and copyright 2014 Donald Sheeley with unlimited use as is donated to SMART Recovery.
Rank #2: WEBINAR: Cognitive Tools for Fighting Addiction and Beyond, An Interview With Dr Michael Edelstein.
The focus is on using simple evidence-based tools from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), specifically the tools of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) as conceived by Dr. Albert Ellis, to help anyone, not just those struggling with addiction. SMART focuses its application of these tools on addictive behavior, specifically, but we can use those same tools to help us learn to better cope with underlying issues – stress, worry, anger, anxiety – and free us to create and enjoy the lives we want. Dr. Michael Edelstein is a SMART favorite for good reason. His direct, elegantly simple guidance and kind, wry humor have delighted his audiences for years. We think you’ll find, as one book reviewer noted, that: “Michael Edelstein cuts through the psychological jargon and makes clear how all of us can effect powerful changes in our psyches, in our lives and in the lives of our loved ones.” This will be an interview-style webinar, and we will be soliciting questions in advance. Dr. Edelstein, a licensed clinical psychologist with over 30 years’ experience, has a private practice in San Francisco, offering in-person as well as telephone/Skype sessions. He is famous as the author of Three Minute Therapy: Change Your Thinking, Change Your Life, with David Ramsay Steele, a self-help book for overcoming common emotional and behavioral problems. More recently, he published Stage Fright (2009), with Mick Berry, Therapy Breakthrough: Why Some Psychotherapies Work Better Than Others (2013), with Richard Kujoth and David Ramsay Steele, and Rational Drinking: How to Live Happily With or Without Alcohol (2013), with Will Ross. You can find all his books on Amazon.com: www.bitly.com/michaele (and donate to SMART through that link.)Dr. Edelstein is also a long-standing SMART Recovery Volunteer and Explore his website, www.ThreeMinuteTherapy.com and contact him directly. This free webinar made possible with the generous sponsorship of Lucida Treatment Center Please visit us at SMART Recovery, and don't forget! SMART depends on your donations! © 2015 SMART Recovery®. Music created and copyright 2015 Donald Sheeley with unlimited use as is donated to SMART Recovery.
Shunning stereotypes and shattering the stigma of being in recovery from alcohol and other drugs.This is the Since Right Now Addiction Recovery Podcast — the podcast of KLĒN + SŌBR / SinceRightNow.com.Your hosts Chris, Jeff & Matt discuss any and all issues supporting sustained recovery with irreverent compassion, empathy and insight.#alcoholism #addiction #sobriety #recovery
Rank #1: 3.27 Jennifer O.
"I couldn't just run two miles, I had to run a marathon." —Jennifer on her 'all or nothing' natureJennifer O of The First 500 on The Recovery Revolution joins us in studio.
Rank #2: Episode 21: Matt / Since April 2014.
Jeff and Chris welcome (back) their long-time friend from a stint in the wild. In Matt's story relapse is indeed a part of recovery.REFERENCEDLegal drugs / How powerful synthetic drugs will upend drug markets globally / Washington Post / http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/wonkblog/wp/2014/12/02/how-powerful-synthetic-drugs-will-upend-drug-markets-globally/MUSIChttps://soundcloud.com/djfmdotcomIMAGEHindenburg crashing / 1937 / Associate Press / public domain via Wikimedia
Recovery Unscripted brings you firsthand stories and exclusive insights from the front lines of addiction treatment, mental health care and the opioid crisis. Powered by Foundations Recovery Network and hosted by David Condos, this podcast’s mission is to share valuable wisdom and powerful stories. Each episode explores a different, relevant topic through in-depth conversations with a variety of influential and knowledgeable figures, from expert clinicians and policymakers to inspiring authors and grassroots champions of the recovery community. With guests such as Obama drug czar Michael Botticelli, journalist Sam Quinones, author Glennon Doyle, opioid commission chairman Chris Christie and Heisman Trophy winner Herschel Walker, Recovery Unscripted is your source for current, meaningful dialogues about the issues that matter to you.
Rank #1: #37: Finding Hope for Parents of Addicted Children with Kim Humphrey.
Guest: Kim Humphrey, PAL Group chairman Today’s guest is Kim Humphrey, who serves as chairman of the board for Parents of Addicted Loved Ones, a non-profit organization offering education, support, and hope at weekly meetings nationwide. Kim joined us via Skype from Phoenix, Arizona, to share how the PAL organization has helped families like his by teaching parents how to radically change themselves and the way they approach their addicted adult children. For more about Recovery Unscripted, visit http://recoveryunscripted.org For more about Parents of Addicted Loved Ones, visit http://palgroup.org For more about Heroes in Recovery, visit http://heroesinrecovery.com Music from this episode: "The Last One I Love" by David Condos - URL: http://davidcondos.com "Associations" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Carefree/Associations "Glitter" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Carefree/Glitter "Quatrefoil" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Carefree/Quatrefoil "Twilight Grandeur" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Inspiring/TwilightGrandeur - Composer: Chad Crouch "Ronny" by Alex Fitch - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Alex_Fitch/Eola/Ronny_1253
Rank #2: #60: Utilizing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Lori Ryland.
Guest: Lori Ryland, CEO of Skywood Recovery My guest today is Lori Ryland, who serves as CEO of Skywood Recovery, a residential program for co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders in Michigan. She joined me at the Innovations in Recovery conference in San Diego to demystify the components of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and explain how our experiences, our perceptions and our biochemistry all interact and change the way we see ourselves and the world. She also shares how she works with the governor of Michigan to raise awareness about human trafficking and improve the way we heal the unique trauma and substance use issues affecting the victims. If you’d like to talk with an admissions coordinator about the treatment options at Skywood and other Foundations programs, please call anytime at 855-823-2141 or email Admissions@frnmail.com. They can answer your questions and help you get started. For more about Recovery Unscripted, visit http://recoveryunscripted.org For more about Skywood, visit http://skywoodrecovery.com Music from this episode: "The Last One I Love" by David Condos - URL: davidcondos.com "Tweedlebugs" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Daydream/Tweedlebugs_1497 "Soft Driver" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Indie_Folk/Soft_Driver "Filaments" by Podington Bear - URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Podington_Bear/Inspiring/Filaments- Composer: Chad Crouch "Ronny" by Alex Fitch - URL: URL: freemusicarchive.org/music/Alex_Fit…ola/Ronny_1253
The Addicted Mind Podcast is about understanding addiction from a research and treatment perspective. We will dive into what drives the addictive process, explore the latest research on addiction, and talk about the latest addiction treatment options. We will also explore what recovery from addiction looks like from a variety of different people. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction then The Addicted Mind Podcast can help.
Rank #1: 43: Anxiety & The Anxious Story We Tell Ourselves.
Our guest on this episode of the Addicted Mind podcast is Lori Kandels, a therapist in the Bay area specializing in anxiety. Anxiety is often the result of trauma and can manifest as fear, stress, self-doubt, and persistent negative stories ruminating in the mind, and can sometimes lead to addictions as a way to escape. The repetition of these stress responses creates neural pathways in the brain that become a cycle that can be difficult to break and usually negatively impacts the individual’s metabolism, concentration, sleep patterns, and ability to relax. The key to understanding and treating anxiety is realizing that anxiety is only about the past or the future. With discipline and intention, anxiety can be overcome with practices such as mindfulness, meditation, EMDR, and the Emotional Freedom Technique or tapping. By identifying the triggers and developing a practice that gets the person used to relieve the anxiety, there is absolutely a way out of this stress cycle. Lori wants to encourage those struggling with anxiety that you have control over this, you are safe now, and you do not have to live like this. Seeking help can provide you with a hope you may not have felt in a long time.
Rank #2: 04: Understanding Emotion Using Mindfulness and DBT with Dr. Debbi Kooyman.
“Dialectical Behavioral Therapy” is one of the many tools we have tucked away in their tool belt to help people overcome their addiction, trauma, and behavioral disorders. While it might sound complicated at first glance, the true power of DBT comes from its practical applications. This week, we take a close look at DBT and discover a simple, non-judgmental way to understand human emotions. Mindfulness, practical action steps, and a new understanding of the brain combine to make DBT a powerful tool to beat addiction. This week’s guest is Dr. Debbie Kooyman. Her 20 years of work in Psychology have shown her just how important it is for adults dealing with addiction, abuse, and trauma to be able to take a step back from their emotions and learn how to think again. Dr. Kooyman shares her wisdom in this episode and dispels some misconceptions you might have about DBT. Specializes in adults who were abused as children. DBT is a resource for people dealing with addiction as well as those dealing with abuse. Dispelling the myth of using DBT. It’s not only for Borderline Personality Disorder. A breakdown of the three components: Dialectical, Behavioral, and Therapy. How we can move between the competing needs of companionship and alone time. Using DBT to give clients concrete tools to beat addiction. Normalizing your experiences to conquer addiction. The difference between primary and secondary emotions. The mindfulness component of DBT—knowing how to pay attention to the moment without judgment. Learning to change the way our brains operate. Links https://www.liveyourlifefully.com/ Dr. Debbie Kooyman on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvR5IunjD64Y1VW3dunmCqA
Join Holistic Health Practitioner and All Around Life-Hacker, Ashlie Pappas for daily short and easy, guided meditations to enrich and deepen your spiritual journey in recovery. These meditations are specifically tailored to help you deepen your connection with your higher power and strengthen your sobriety, lasting under 9 minutes. You will find peace of mind, less stress, and a new perspective – all in less time than it takes to brew your morning coffee!Just a heads up, these meditations include spiritual aspects but are not intended to be of the religious nature.And as with any meditation… use common sense. Meditation is not something to multi-task. Especially refrain from listening to this meditation podcast while driving or operating machinery.For more information, episode topic requests, or to find out more about Ashlie’s courses and other offerings, please visit: https://naturallyrecovered.com or https://naturallyashlie.com
Rank #1: 35 - Morning Guidance.
A short, guided meditation to allow you to start your day in recovery. Setting the tone for a day full of miracles and grace. #morningmeditation #shortmeditation #12step #alcoholism #addiction #recovery #sobriety #sober
Rank #2: 44 - Deepening the Relationship with Your Higher Power.
Part 1 of a 3 Part Meditation Series - This short meditation will open you to deepening and strengthening the relationship between yourself and your Higher Power. Make sure to tune in to Episode 45 and 46 which will build upon this meditation in succession - Episode 46 will also give you instructions to get the 3 part series in succession, without interruption. #meditationseries #relationships #higherpower #god #sober #sobriety #recovery #alcoholism #addiction #codependence #12steps #trust #faith
Melissa Sue Tucker from Oak Creek Wellness interviews inspiring family members and friends of alcoholics, drug addicts, and people who have struggled with other addictions. Discover tips and tricks on how we can keep ourselves healthy when we are in a relationship with an addict. You can also hear from holistic health and wellness professionals that share insight into keeping yourself well. Although Melissa confesses she does not have it all figured out, through the help of seminars, life coaches, and wellness professionals she has been able to work through her feelings of sadness, guilt, and shame associated with having two younger brothers struggle with drug addiction. After one brother passed away, she decided that his death would not be in vain. Only recently after watching Johann Hari's Ted Talk: Everything You Know About Addiction is Wrong did she decided to take action by focusing on inspiring hope and change by providing love and support to friends and family members of addicts. “Be the change you wish to see in the world” - Gandhi
Rank #1: ASP017: Detachment – “What is it” and “How to” Detach in Love from Codependent No More.
Listen to Addiction Support Podcast, Episode 17 Thank you for listening! Show Notes for this episode are at addictionsupportpodcast.com/episode17 Overview: I had some really amazing interviews scheduled last week. Then my husband’s grandmother called on Monday afternoon and said his grandfather was going to pass away with-in a day. We dropped everything and flew to […] The post ASP017: Detachment – “What is it” and “How to” Detach in Love from Codependent No More appeared first on Addiction Support Podcast.
Rank #2: ASP028: Codependency. What is codependency? Steps to stop being codependent..
Listen to Addiction Support Podcast Episode 28 on How to Stop Being Codependent Thank you for Listening! Show Notes for this episode are at addictionsupportpodcast.com/episode28 Overview: Take the Codependency Quiz: 15 questions to see if you might have codependency tendencies: Loading… Resources: Take the best eCourse for codependency. The Art of Extreme Self-Care by Cheryl Richardson […] The post ASP028: Codependency. What is codependency? Steps to stop being codependent. appeared first on Addiction Support Podcast.
Find us at www.soberspeak.com. This podcast shares experience, strength, and hope centered the 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. We are not affiliated with AA in any way.
Rank #1: David G- Steps 1,2, and 3 of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Episode 59 Leave us a message @ https://www.speakpipe.com/SoberSpeak Email us @ firstname.lastname@example.org Visit our website @ www.soberspeak.com Text the word "sober" to 31996 this is the other podcast I mention in this episode....https://www.youwannadowhat.com/
Rank #2: Sue S- Getting Sober is the Tip of the Iceberg in Alcoholics Anonymous .
Episode 77 In this episode of SS, Sue speaks about what it felt like growing up feeling different than and apart from others despite being popular and having lots of friends to hitting bottom and almost taking her life in her car one day. Brought into the program by her family who is also in recovery, Sue speaks to what can happen when you stop going to meetings and become spiritually and emotionally depleted and also the importance of service work to bringing joy back into her recovery. #headfullofAA #servicework #cantalwaysbetheteacher#grow Leave us a message @ https://www.speakpipe.com/SoberSpeak Email us @ email@example.com Visit our website @ www.soberspeak.com Text the word "sober" to 31996