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Episode 12: 5 Ways to Find Forgiveness (as an Atheist/Agnostic)

  Welcome to today’s show!   WHAT WE’LL LEARN:   How Adina struggles with reconciling her past with forgiveness Self-Forgiveness is hard Forgiveness has many health benefits Forgiveness is a commitment to change and it is a process Forgiveness is about rewriting your grievance story How to get rid of expectations that you have for […]

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Episode 5: Conceptualizing Societal Recovery And Beyond

Welcome to today’s show!   WHAT WE’LL LEARN:   What does recovery look like -and it’s not just about abstaining from drugs and alcohol  3 Pillars of Recovery (community, growth, and service) Mass Incarceration and Drug Use Policy Stigma as a barrier to accessing treatment and recovery   RESOURCES MENTIONED   Family Education Program @ […]

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Episode 4: In The Realm of Hungry Ghosts-Book Review

Welcome to today’s show! In today’s solo episode, I’m sharing a book that has stood out for me that is equal parts story telling and equal parts scientific research by Dr. Gabor Mate’. I outline 3 takeaways from the book. My hope is that we start to shatter some of our assumptions underlying Addiction and […]

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Episode 3: How to Build The Life You Want in Recovery

Welcome to today’s show!   WHAT WE’LL LEARN:   Is AA  the only way? Can you ACT your way out of addiction? Community as an adjunct to recovery. Feeling the “feelings” and learning these tools at any age. Working on the distressed feelings for better outcomes in recovery. Working on your dialectic or the “D” […]

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Episode 9: A Sober Bar: What Lies Beyond The Bottle

Welcome to today’s show!   WHAT WE’LL LEARN:   How Chris’s spirituality early on influenced his recovery How his “differences” made him seek connections through alcohol. Alcohol was seen as the “great equalizer” in his life How Chris found his purpose and mission that lead to his continued sobriety Why the addiction recovery industry “sucks” […]