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私たちが見つけた最高のAlcoholismポッドキャスト
私たちが見つけた最高のAlcoholismポッドキャスト
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. We also hear from counselors who work in the addiction treatment field as they share about their role in the fulfilling work of helping people find long-term recovery. Hosted by Matt Shedd of MARR Addiction Treatment Centers.
 
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
 
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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Before I got sober I struggled to do the most basic things. I spent the majority of my time drunk, hungover, or thinking about and planning the next drinking event. I was full of fear, had to drink to calm my anxiety and discomfort, and I never did anything outside of my little safe comfort zone. And because of that, I wasted a decade of my life do…
 
Brian helped build the software for the Curiosity Rover that took photos of the surface of the planet Mars. He worked with the Navy on equipment that took photos deep underwater. But there was a time in his life when he couldn’t stay sober. He couldn’t meet with his probation officer without being intoxicated. Brian shares his recovery journey with…
 
You know your drinking isn’t quite “right”. It has more control than it should, you aren’t proud of your behavior while drinking or hungover, you’ve stopped a time or two on your own but always go back and drink worse than before. You’re not alone. This story is so common for many of us. Every day I woke up dreading the day ahead. I woke up feeling…
 
Ever wonder “how did they get sober?” when you have been struggling to get there yourself? In the online world, we often compare ourselves to other people… even when we don’t mean to. But we have to remember, we don’t see what is going on behind closed doors. People often ask me how to avoid relapse when they are trying to get sober. But you can’t …
 
The addiction and recovery community has never been more vibrant, open, and fun. And these two ladies are proof of that! Recovery podcasts are popping up left and right. Different people from different walks of life sharing their experiences of what sobriety looks like. It’s never been more fun to be sober. If you listen to Seltzer Squad, and I bet…
 
You hear the alarm go off, you don’t want to get up because you stayed up late last night watching one more episode of that show you love, you hit the snooze, and hit it again… and again. Next thing you know, you’re 20 minutes late and already mad at yourself and your day and you haven’t even left the house yet! Imagine how you would feel with a si…
 
Secrets make you sick. We talk a lot about the masks we wear in life. All the things we do to create one picture to the outside world as we try to hide who we really are on the inside. The truth is, as long as you are hiding something, the more uncomfortable and unhealthy you will be. Because secrets make you sick. Mark shares his phenomenal story …
 
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…
 
It seems like nearly everyone is running around the planet stuck in anxiety and worry. Especially since coronavirus started. 40 million people in the United States suffer from anxiety. It is the number one mental illness. Thoughts start swirling around your head, what’s going to happen, will it be okay, I can’t pay my bills, can I stay sober… and t…
 
When he had to get a prescription for pain medication, his doctor told him he couldn’t become addicted because he was a cop. Like seeing all the tragedy of addiction makes you immune to it’s powers. Brock’s story could easily be a movie. Police officer and undercover agent, run over by a truck in the line of duty, and that led to multiple surgeries…
 
Your biggest responsibility in life is to be the best version of yourself and be responsible for your own life and behaviors. I came across this fantastic article by Anthony J. Yeung, on Medium and I wanted to share his insights and how we can adapt it to our selves and our lives. We spend a lot of time watching other people and making judgements a…
 
“This is an album that helps to combat addiction, fears and anxieties and serves as a reminder that with the bad comes the good and to hold onto your loved ones as you travel through the ups-and-downs of life” – Alan Cackett, British Country Music Hall of Fame (shantellogden.com) Addiction touches everyone. Whether it’s a family member, co-worker, …
 
Self-esteem feels like this elusive ‘thing’ we want, but aren’t really sure how to get it. You know your self-esteem isn’t great. You can see how it’s holding you back in your life. But how do you change it? What are the actual steps you take on a daily basis to make it better? You’re in the right place. It will not surprise you that I approach thi…
 
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…
 
“It’s a lonely situation if you don’t have support.” – Mike Collins That’s the understatement of the century! We can all agree that life can feel daunting and very lonely if you don’t have a tribe. As people with addiction, this is especially important. I need to be connected with people who think like me, who can relate to my habits and have a lau…
 
Everybody is recovering from something. Sobriety is stopping the substance, recovery is healing. There are so many pieces of life and self that are affected by drinking. Our personalities change, our responses to people and life change, and our ability to bounce back changes. Sobriety is putting the substance down and getting a clear mind and body.…
 
On today’s episode of the Addiction Unlimited Podcast, host Angela Pugh talks to guest Kelsey Moreira, the founder of Doughp and Shark Tank alum, about how she got sober, what inspired her to quit the tech business after a decade to be an entrepreneur, and what life is like now after 5 years of sobriety. She left a tech job, got sober, started an e…
 
The thing about recovery is that one minute you might have it all going for you getting an A+… and the next, all you’ve got is one big fat F. (No not that one!) Fear. No matter what level you’re at, there will always be times when you just don’t know what to do. In today’s podcast episode, I’m going to walk you through this simple process to effect…
 
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…
 
Just because you don’t drink anymore, doesn’t mean you’re going to lock yourself in your house and never come out. Giving up alcohol, and everything it represents is really overwhelming. The fear of not knowing what to tell people, not knowing how people will respond to your life change, and will you EVER have fun again?!? Society tries to convince…
 
Do you think back on some of the crazy things you did while drinking and feel overwhelmed with guilt and embarrassment? Feelings are overwhelming. Especially when you don’t know how to cope with them. Every feeling serves a purpose and one of the greatest gifts of recovery is learning to recognize feelings, NOT panic, and use them as an opportunity…
 
When you think about your “addictive personality”, do you automatically make a cringey face? I see it all the time. This is a journey of being relentless and diligent to create the life you want. Not apologizing for who you are, not worrying about what others think of your journey, but being comfortable and confident in where you’re going and who y…
 
Have you ever heard some of these terms; happiness by subtraction, process of elimination? It’s easy to get caught up in adding things to our lives, but what about removing the things that aren’t serving you? Do you have friends that don’t bring out the best in you? The bar or person’s house that every time you go there you practice behavior you ar…
 
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 …
 
2020 has challenged the best of us. Pushed beyond our limits, fear of the future, financial insecurity, job loss, death- it’s been a lot. As we enter this new year with some light at the end of the tunnel and hope for some sense of normalcy, it’s important to close 2020 on a positive note so we can start 2021 the right way. January 2021 is a powerf…
 
You wonder why you can’t accomplish something or why it always feels like one step forward, two steps back, and it may be because you are sending yourself mixed messages. Let me start by giving you a definition of dissonance- Lack of agreement, inconsistency between the beliefs one holds or between one’s actions and one’s beliefs. When you say one …
 
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