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Best Breaking The Stigma Of Addiction podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Breaking The Stigma Of Addiction podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Bubble Hour is hosted by Jean M., a sober woman dedicated to breaking down the walls of stigma and denial surrounding the disease of alcoholism. Alcoholism effects more than 50% of American adults, either directly or indirectly, and yet it still remains a "taboo" topic and is still mostly misunderstood by the majority of people (even those effected by alcoholism and their loved ones). The Bubble Hour seeks to inform, educate and help people identify with the stories they hear, the conver ...
 
The Addict II Athlete podcast inspires anyone who wants to turn the Mess of addiction into the Message of sobriety. Whether in recovery yourself or the family or friends for someone who is Addict II Athlete removes the stigma of addiction and creates a foundation of potential and support. Addict II Athlete is a Team of peers, friends, and family who have a desire to create a new way of life. By knowing an addict, having been affected by addiction or being in recovery yourselves, Team Addict ...
 
Take 12 Recovery Radio is a Twelve Step focused recovery talk and positive music radio broadcast helping to break the stigma of drug and alcohol addiction. Your host is Monty Dale Meyer aka the Monty'man from Albany, Oregon. Shows include a variety of guest and co-host. Celebrities, authors, clinicians, treatment providers, comedians, recovery recording artist and the real life stories of experience, strength and hope from those who have been to the darkest edge of addiction and come through ...
 
Have you ever wondered how to talk to your friends or family about addiction or mental health? What should I ask? Where to I go for help? What about recovery? Is being clean and sober really all that great? Straight talk, education, and resources that can help you learn more about this continually growing, chronic, epidemic of addiction and mental health.
 
Business coach and serial entrepreneur, Andrew Lassise hosts the Self Made & Sober Podcast. With long-term sobriety, Andrew views this podcast as a bout of necessity for like-minded people trying to maintain sobriety while achieving more in their lives, whether it be personal, in business or spiritual. Each episode will feature guests, people Andrew looks up to in sobriety, in business and in life. They discuss the ups and downs of their lives, how they achieved sobriety and success in all i ...
 
Winner of the 2014 and 2015 National Association of Social Workers Media Award for "Best Radio Program".Hosted by Jon Cohan (CADC), Abby Dean (LICSW, MPH) and Woody Giessmann, (LADC-I, CADC, CIP, CA), the Right Turn Radio Podcast brings to the forefront all the issues surrounding drug addiction, alcohol abuse, and mental heath awareness. Our diverse group of guests run the gamut from Harvard Medical School professors to famous musicians, doctors, and addiction specialists, to comedians, Gove ...
 
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When Adirenne went into rehab eight years ago, it was not exactly a joyful experience. But Adrienne came to learn that she had so much more power than she ever knew and that her recovery could be full of happiness and positive intentions in ways she'd never imagined. Learn more about Adrienne at www.mayyouknowjoy.com Host Jean McCarthy's blog UnPic…
 
ABOUT THIS SHOW: Part Two of Unpacking Bill Wilson's Letter.Join the Monty’man and Dr. Allen Berger, author of Twelve Stupid Things That Mess Up Recovery as they continue the process of unpacking a letter from the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, Mr. Bill Wilson.Bill called emotional sobriety, the next frontier. This broadcast and several that w…
 
Ever had a feeling that men's raps violate the 3rd tradition, which states the only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using? Ever found a special interest meeting to be extremely valuable to your recovery? Ever considered that by allowing LGBTQ meetings to exist, we might also be paving the way for hate groups to have a meeting of "spe…
 
ABOUT THIS SHOW:Join the Monty’man and Dr. Allen Berger, author of Twelve Stupid Things That Mess Up Recovery as they begin the process of unpacking a letter from the co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous, Mr. Bill Wilson.Bill called emotional sobriety, the next frontier. This broadcast and several that will follow are especially appropriate at this t…
 
Today Coach Blu interviews Drew Boa, founder of the online resource and podcast Husband Material. Drew offers insight, strategies, and understanding of the sensitive topic of pornography addiction, tools to combat it, and the ramifications it has on today's society. Drew is a published author and has developed a method of teaching the concept of cr…
 
We explore how some Facebook recovery groups are not allowing people to post face to face meetings currently. Including a Twitter and Facebook poll on how strictly people are adhering to the quarantine/ social distancing guidelines. How much responsibility do we need to take to help society, and in which direction? Why do we only seem to want half …
 
Today Coach Blu interviews Dr. Kyle Bills. They discuss the new addiction research he has been developing that will revolutionize the way that we can identify pathways to recovery. This research offers a significant opportunity to learn more about how our body possesses the ability to heal itself once we know how to utilize it correctly. Dr. Bills …
 
We talk about the current pandemic that has affected the global community and how it pertains to our daily recovery. Starting with some basic facts and background about Covid-19 for anyone who does not keep up with the information. Then we delve into how this is affecting the recovery community. Finally, we take a look at possible tools to use to h…
 
Kathy Robbins is a psychotherapist who is in successful long-term recovery. She has been alcohol-free for 31 years and is also in recovery from codependency, and food addiction. Kathy shares openly about what is it like for her to be a mental health professional in recovery and answers questions from listeners. Kathy encourages others to see "The T…
 
INTRODUCING THE DOSE: Having a high BMI is supposed to be a call to get serious about your health by losing weight. But recent studies say BMI can be inaccurate and misleading. So should you worry if your BMI is too high? To cut through the BS about BMI, Dr. Brian Goldman sits down with Dr. Arya Sharma, a professor of medicine at the University of …
 
Most Canadians take universal healthcare for granted - secure in the knowledge that all you have to do is walk into a clinic or hospital and you will be treated. For some half a million people who live and work amongst us, it's a different reality. This week, Dr. Brian Goldman reveals what happens to those who have no health insurance. Grace* is a …
 
Jen started a blog to document the party life she enjoyed in 2007 and it became a huge hit. So what happened years later when she gave up alcohol and settled down? Listen in to learn how she incorporated her new lifestyle into her work. Learn more at www.shedoesthecity.com Host Jean McCarthy's blog UnPickled is www.unpickledblog.com and you can lea…
 
Producer Lise Hosein tells her story as a patient diagnosed with papillary thyroid cancerUntil recently, treatment meant getting surgery to remove the thyroid glands. Now doctors are discovering that surgery can in many cases be safely avoided. Patients can safely choose to live with their cancer. For Lise, that seismic shift in treatment comes too…
 
In 2003, nurse Susan Sorrenti contracted SARS while working at Toronto’s Mount Sinai Hospital. As a similar virus prompts health warnings in China and around the world, Sorrenti recalls her gruelling experience and reflects on the lessons we can learn as we grapple with this new illness. Plus, an update on the emerging story from infectious disease…
 
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