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Лучшие Alcoholism подкасты, которые нам удалось найти
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Millions of adults suffer from alcohol abuse, and it's not only those who imbibe that suffer but also their loved ones, and podcasts are a great way to bring awareness of the effects of alcoholism. With this collection of podcasts, learn more about alcoholic treatment options, real stories from alcoholics and their steps to recovery and maintaining sobriety, as well as how to deal with alcoholics and living a sober life.
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Gripping, raw, and honest firsthand accounts of the desperation of alcoholism, drug addiction, and codependency, along with the moving recollections of the hope, connection, and peace found through the miracle of 12 Step Recovery. Produced by MARR Addiction Treatment Centers, a non-profit treatment facility founded in 1975 in Atlanta, GA.
 
After presenting an overview of alcoholism and its affect on society, Dr. Cutten dives into the effects of chronic alcoholism on physiology, the nervous system, memory, intellect, will, emotions, senses that affect the individual's morals and sanity. Lastly he presents two cures known at that time, Religious conversion and hypnotism. Summary by Curt Walton
 
I record podcasts called www.alcoholism-recovery-radio.com I write a blog called www.recoveringfromrecovery.com which is about alcoholism and addiction recovery, which explores alternatives to the 12 step solution of AA. I have many links to useful resourses about this method on my blog http://www.recoveringfromrecovery.com/category/sinclair-method/
 
Planet Sober Radio Podcast is for people recovering from drug and alcohol addiction. Join us in recovery with stories from your hosts Brandon and Sober Joe and co-host Jade. Addiction, Alcoholism, Recovery, Quit Drinking and Stop Using Drugs
 
Sober Ventures is for anyone in recovery from substance or alcohol abuse. We feature stories of inspiring entrepreneurs and individuals making wonderful things happen in their life and for others in their sobriety. We are listener powered, so if you'd like to share your story, just send an email to soberventures@gmail.com and we'll get your story out to the world. We are all stronger in this together. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/soberventures/support
 
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We get caught up in the hard work of sobriety and forget to celebrate all the great things that come with the hard work. All the questions about how will people react, worrying about the future, feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, hating to feel feelings… but what about the clarity of thought? What about waking up without a hangover and not havi…
 
When you are entrusting yourself or your loved ones into the care of a counseling staff, you want to know what those counselors are like, what they care about, and how they treat the clients. On this episode, you will get some answers to those questions and a sense of the caring and compassionate approach adopted by MARR’s professional clinical sta…
 
It takes some energy and planning. But it’s not impossible to stop the yo-yo sobriety. In this episode I’ll tell you 11 reasons people continue to relapse, and some of them you’ve probably never heard before. A lot of people love the drinking culture, and some have done it so long they don’t know any other way. The more they think about not drinkin…
 
You may know him from the High Cost of Anonymity podcast, and he is a great friend and confidant to me. In this episode, we talk about quarantine and how quickly it can take a turn for the worse. The perfect storm of isolation, fear, being in close quarters with family, a huge amount of change in our routines, schedules, working from home, and our …
 
For some, the word ‘powerless’ sends them running for the hills. Like it’s a personal attack. It’s not personal, it’s not insulting, and it wreaks of truth. That’s the real reason this word has so much power, because it hits a little too close to home. Working with addiction for so many years I have come to realize that there’s a lot of misconcepti…
 
Between her former husband, her brother, and her sister-in-law, Melissa had been surrounded by people in active addiction for years. She was loaning money, bailing people out of jail, and doing whatever she could to try to help. But like many people in this position, all her efforts didn’t seem to get anywhere. In fact, the addictions of her loved …
 
Growing up in Beverly Hills, Amy Dresner had it all: a top-notch private school education, the most expensive summer camps, and even a weekly clothing allowance. But at 24, she started dabbling in meth in San Francisco and unleashed a fiendish addiction monster. Soon, if you could snort it, smoke it, or have sex with, she did. I love this interview…
 
I don’t want to be living a double life in my recovery like I was in my addiction. I went out of my way to create this picture for the outside world, to hide what was really going on on the inside. And if that was my behavior when I was drinking, then I definitely don’t want to have the same behavior when I’m sober! Being private is appropriate in …
 
“That’s when I found God.” This is how Christopher recalls what it felt like to take hydrocodone for the first time. But before long, his addiction took a brutal hold of his life in the middle of a successful career as a doctor. Despite having everything, he eventually found himself in a place where he wanted to die, and he couldn’t understand why.…
 
The first months of sobriety are a roller coaster. In the beginning, you feel motivated, strong and confident- then, somewhere along the way, you begin to question if you can really do it, the committee starts telling you it’s okay to drink again for a million reasons, you may feel bored, lonely, and restless. I wish I could tell you there was a wa…
 
In the early days, getting sober feels like a full-time job. You have to think about it all the time, you have to do things to protect your sobriety, you have to have new boundaries with friends and family while you get things figured out, and you always have that nagging feeling in the back of your mind that you’re going to screw it all up. Recove…
 
Despite a significant opiate addiction, Eric was making good money and eventually was even offered a position as vice president at his company. Initially, he had thought drugs were just providing a helpful way to cope with the frustrations of daily life. But he could see his opiate addiction was escalating when he lost his friend to an overdose. He…
 
We talk about sex addiction, we talk about porn addiction, but how often do we talk about the love part? And how about when we confuse love and lust? It may sound a little weird to talk about love ‘addiction’, but it’s not that weird at all when you think about the unhealthy habits, unhealthy relationships we create, lack of boundaries, picking par…
 
Are you trying to get sober but feeling a sense of loss over losing alcohol? You are struggling to see your life without it, wondering what you will do and how you will spend your time- how will it effect your friendships and how will you ever have fun again?!? Been there, done that. When you give up the substance and move into recovery, you are go…
 
Caitlin started drinking at 15, around the same time that her mom was diagnosed with cancer. By the time she was 20, Caitlin’s mother had passed away, and her father was also sick and dying of cancer. In college, her alcoholism had progressed to the point that she was hospitalized with a .60 blood alcohol level. While helping take care of her paren…
 
Healing from addiction is a long journey and often a confusing one. You think when you put the substance down, you will feel better. And that is true. But it doesn’t always happen right away. You have a tendency to only think about yourself in the healing process and wanting to feel better. And you forget that your body and brain, and every organ i…
 
In the very beginning stages when you start to realize you’re out of control you start the research phase. In my day, we went out and bought all the self-help books and vowed to get our lives together and try harder than we’ve ever tried before! And you start a whole life makeover plan and eat better and workout and start journaling every day and y…
 
One of the most popular recovery podcasts out there, Recovery Happy Hour, and another badass woman behind the mic. I’m so excited to have Tricia Lewis on the show and I know you are loving it, too! On her podcast her focus is on helping others tell their story, but on my podcast, it’s all about hearing the details of how Tricia realized she had a p…
 
“I would rather go through life sober, believing I am an alcoholic, than go through life drunk, trying to convince myself that I am not.” I knew that alcohol was more important to me than it was to the rest of the world. I knew I did it too much. I knew I didn’t like myself because I was doing it too much and I knew I would be better off if I stopp…
 
Jasmine shares about her transformative experience as part of MARR’s Right Side Up program. Before coming to RSU, she lived in a room where she blocked out all the light. While in treatment, she gradually came around to what they were teaching at RSU and the importance of accountability and structure. She now is a bright embodiment of the RSU princ…
 
The biggest struggle is changing your thinking and loving yourself. And you don’t know how to get there. It’s a daily job to eliminate alcohol from your life and get out of your own way. The most difficult part of my journey was when I knew in my heart that I needed to give it up completely, but I was too scared to make the commitment. I didn’t kno…
 
After college, Gil spent a short time as a police officer who was addicted to drugs but was also arresting people for drugs. He thought that if he became a pastor like his father, he could maybe clean up his act. But the drugs, alcohol, and need for approval followed him into the pulpit as well, and he found himself increasingly dependent on his ad…
 
Here’s a truth bomb- alcohol and drugs are a SYMPTOM of the problem. The problem is you don’t understand or cope with feelings well, and you use substances to numb the feelings so we don’t have to feel them. You drink to manipulate feelings and dodge responsibility. When you quit drinking, those habits don’t go away overnight. Look at your recovery…
 
If you feel stuck and frustrated with your eating habits, you won’t want to miss this. You thought substance was your only issue… but the truth is, you are compulsive by nature and it’s easy to trade one compulsion for another. Here’s the real deal; if I do something and I like it, I will want to do more of it. That goes for hanging out with people…
 
We all face moments where we are completely overwhelmed by the problems we are facing and the situations we find ourselves in. At these times, all of the strengths, tools, and strategies that seemed to work to help us push through or deal with our problems just don’t work any more. Depleted, desperate, and afraid, we KNOW that asking for help is th…
 
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