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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. Hosted by Matt Shedd of MARR Addiction Treatment Centers, guests share their firsthand experience about what treatment at MARR and long-term recovery looks like on a day-to-day basis. We also hear from counselors who work in the addiction treatment field as they sh ...
 
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/
 
This podcast is going to be on alcoholism, and how it ruins families, and lives. I will be using an example of my biological father. I will be interviewing my mom and her experiences she had with my father before I was a baby to the day he gave up his rights. Then I will bring my experience I have had since I reunited with my father in 2017 and compare. I will be putting in some ways to get help for this disease. Cover art photo provided by Ben Hershey on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@benh ...
 
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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How did Jule go from freebasing cocaine and trying to sell a stolen car to an undercover cop to eventually becoming a judge and being licensed to practice law before the supreme court? What happened during his time at MARR to set him up for that complete transformation? The answer: He learned how to be honest about his feelings. How did he feel saf…
 
How does someone go from an ordinary, middle-class upbringing to having her door kicked in by the SWAT team? And then, how does that same person then go from facing serious jail time to being in recovery for 12 years and being the happily married mother of three daughters? Tricia lays out all the ups and downs of her path into addiction and her jou…
 
“Don’t walk, but RUN away from me!” That’s what Josh K. said to his fiancée when he saw he could not stop his own self-destruction. He even tried treatment at a few different places, but nothing seemed to stick. It was not until he checked into MARR for long-term treatment in 2005 that things started to change. For one, he slowed down long enough t…
 
When a person shows up to participate here at MARR, whether they are a client or not, they become part of a community that they can remain involved in for the rest of their life. This community is a network that extends across the United States. It consists of alumni who’ve gone through the programs here, family members of past clients, former and …
 
Brian’s alcoholism in college led him to drop out. However, when he got into recovery, he went on to help build the software for the Curiosity Rover, which took photos of the surface of Mars. In addition, he worked with the Navy on equipment that took photos deep underwater. But before all that, there was a time in his life when he couldn’t stay so…
 
Nick was a professional pilot, and he knew he had an alcohol problem. Despite his genuine love for flying and knowing that his career was in jeopardy, he could not stop himself from drinking. Not only could he not stop, he felt like he couldn’t ask for help either. He kept drawing lines in the sand of things he would never do, and inevitably he wou…
 
Kaitlin Byrne is the Lead Family Counselor at our Men’s Recovery Center. Her job is to work specifically with the family members of our clients to help them recognize how they’ve been affected by their loved one’s addiction and begin the healing process. In this conversation with host Matt Shedd, Kaitlin explains what makes addiction a family disea…
 
Penelope’s drinking and drug use began in high school and ramped in her young adulthood. During the 1960s, she traveled around and participated in events like Woodstock and became addicted to heroin in the process. She ended up in prison for a year at the age of 21. Upon getting out, she joined a company as a dancer and taught at a college while al…
 
Herschel was stuck in a rut, but he didn’t know he was an alcoholic. He just thought he was binge drinking a few nights a week. Whenever he ended up in jail as a result of his drinking, a family member would bail him out. But when he was 29, he wrecked a car when he was drunk and woke up in the hospital handcuffed to the bed. This time his parents …
 
Tad was well-known in the Atlanta community as a successful real estate developer. Then he was arrested for a DUI and made the news. In treatment, he learned that his business success didn’t necessarily translate into success in recovery. In fact, he found out that he needed to accept his weakness if he wanted to […] The post Ep 67: Everything at M…
 
Anna K., an anesthesiologist with over 20 years of sobriety, vividly describes an unforgettable night when she gave herself a combination of the narcotics she would administer to patients. This crisis event forced her to confront her own addiction and seek help. Throughout her recovery, Anna has had what she describes as an “exciting period […] The…
 
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 […] The post Ep 65: What a Non-Addict Learn…
 
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 post Ep 64: How I Le…
 
“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 […] The post Ep 63: The Doctor Who Wanted to D…
 
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 […] The post Ep 62: I Had…
 
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 […] The post Ep 61: Gratitude and Resentmen…
 
Jasmine shares her transformative experience as part of MARR’s Right Side Up Women and Children’s Recovery Center 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. […] The post Ep …
 
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