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Connection Couples Podcast: Addiction Series Episode 13: Relapse Show Notes First 5 minutes: Intro- Relapse is part of the process. What happens in your relationship when the ‘addicted' person relapses? Does it mean you are back at square one? Addiction and coping strategies are fluid, meaning periods and seasons of health and wellness tend to fluctuate. We can be healthy for a while, then get triggered and fall back into old patterns. It doesn't mean we are back at zero. Minutes 5-10: Our bodies hold and remember how painful ‘square one' was, which is why relapse can trigger feelings of those old pains. Our brains go back to the pain that the earlier interactions caused. One of the signs that you aren't at square one is that your awareness of the process is already more advanced than where you used to be. Relapse doesn't have to mean going all the way back into the habit the way it used to be used. It can mean just leaning back on old habits during a time of trigger or stress. This can often add shame into the awareness process, which tends to perpetuate the habit. It's important to make the distinction, is it a ‘relapse' is it a ‘slip up'… what is the narrative around ‘usage'? Sometimes asking a few deeper questions can reveal the differences from the former usage to the current behavior of resorting back to it. Minutes 10-15: 3 or things to look for around relapse. 1. Did the person who went back to the habit know that they didn't want to do it. Is there an awareness. 2. Did they come forward and share their mistake- versus getting caught. 3. How long did they stay back in the former habit? Relapse, like addiction- is a continuum. The key is to pay attention to what part of the structures you put into place areas that still need work. Community, accountability, access to things… there might be areas that need to be sured up- and a slip up or relapse will reveal where those weaknesses are. Trust is still being built in the newness of the health and both partners are only just learning the new ways to build security. Minutes 15-20: There is a benefit to analyzing a relapse. Where did the disconnect happen and how can you adjust moving forward. If you can zoom out and look at the process- the relapse or the triggers and challenges, you'll be confronted by are predictable. It's easy to slip out of the new routines when the newness wares off. When new trusts are being built, and someone messes up, it is easy to go to blame and forget that there is an interaction happening between two people. The cycle is at play even in the new choices. Affirming again that a relapse doesn't put you back to square one- because you should have lots of new resources to turn to. Connect Point: In this connect point we want you to do- take a few minutes and assess the support and structures you have put into place to help you feel secure in your recovery. Then share it with your partner. To read more about what Chad and Angela Imhoff are doing, check out www.therealimhoffs.com
Host: Viv, aka Sober_iThrive Guest: Heather Lowe Heather Lowe is the Founder of Ditched the Drink, a wellness company dedicated to helping professionals move away from alcohol and towards their highest selves. Heather is a Certified Professional Life and Recovery Coach, Certified Addiction Awareness Facilitator, and the Director of Marketing Consumer Products for the International Center of Addiction Recovery Education (ICARE). Driven by her education as a Bachelor of Social Work (BSW) a Professional of Human Resources (PHR), and Yale Certificated in the Science of Well Being, Heather provides content, knowledge, coaching, and education to individuals and organizations seeking to be more alcohol free. Heather is passionate about coaching, connecting people with alcohol free resources, and creating a positive sober community. Heather shares the bright side of sobriety as an influencer in the social media sober space @ditchedthedrink. Heather's writing has been published in Thrive Global, Monument- Tempest, The Fix, Mashable, Corporate Wellness Magazine, Employee Benefit News, and more. She has been featured on many podcasts including Recovery Happy Hour, Redesigning Wellness, Alcohol Tipping Point, Energetically You, Sun and Moon Sober Living, Hello Someday, and Decidedly Dry. Ditched the Drink offers Becoming 1:1 Coaching, INSIDER Monthly Membership with mobile app, and Jumpstart: 6 week Digital Class. Heather, in partnership with the Association of Professional Recovery Coaches also recruits, mentors, and trains new coaches. Schedule a call to discuss getting coaching support, becoming a coach, or offering workplace resources. Heather lives in Chicago's western suburbs as a proud girl mom to two teenage daughters, Lily and Charlotte, her husband Darin of 20+ years, and their adorable black and white cocker spaniel, Rocky. Heather is a voracious reader, a new-ish hiker, and a seasoned yogi. For more visit https://www.ditchedthedrink.com/ Viv, aka Sober_iThrive, is a Certified Addictions Recovery Coach My Sober Recovery Story #252 If you have any questions or You would like to book a FREE 30-minute consultation with me, you can visit my website https://www.soberithrive.org I'm Certified in Addiction Recovery Coaching and Life Coaching: • Life Coaching Essentials, Work/Life Balance • Co-creating a New Sober Lifestyle • Addiction(s) Recovery • Neuroscience of Brain Function & Joyful Recovery • Roots of Addiction(s) • Alcohol/Drugs and their Effects • Right Thinking in Recovery • Family Issues in Recovery And so much more… My communities are: • Sobertownpodcast.com • I Am Sober Community (IAS) - @Sober_iThrive • Sobertown Facebook Group • “Valiants We Thrive” – Sober Women Telegram Group • Instagram: @Sober_i_Thrive www.soberithrive.org (https://www.soberithrive.org/) Certified and Licensed Addiction and Recovery Professional Online Sober Coaching for all of your addiction and recovery needs by a Internationally Certified and Licensed Sober Coach & Life Coach No Sippy No Slippy. Not Another Drop No matter What. Remember to Pour The Poison Down The Sink!! Sobertownpodcast.com
The Gochujang Gang reloads to determine if John Wick deserves a gold coin or if it should be excommunicado. In this episode, the Gang: discusses the Oscars, gun violence, One Piece, and hints at the next topic in 'Shooting the Shit' (7:56), closes the jangdok lid, talking about the first installments of John Wick and the series' Korean influence, cool subtitles, world building, and use of dogs (30:02), learns a bit of simple Russian from Gochu Alex in 'Talk to Me in Russan' (36:22), participates in the 'What is My Level of Addiction?' edition of the Golden Gochu Quiz, guessing PUBG gun sound effects (1:01:17), opens the jangdok lid, talking about the newly released John Wick: Chapter 4, touching on the new tone of the series, the director's possible Japanese fetish, and how much the Gang would take for their dogs (1:20:21), and determines how well the John Wick series has aged in this week's Spice Test (1:59:18). Listen to the Gochujang Gang Podcast on Spotify or your favorite podcast service, with new episodes coming out every week. Find the Gang's social media and related podcast links at linktr.ee/GochujangGang. #gochujanggang #GJGSeason5 #johnwick #yeah #chadwick #ifyoubrokejustsaysoinitiative #coolsubs #wedonttalkaboutstarwarsnono #thatpersonwassomeonesbaby #leonisnotasimpledog #liveactionmonstersinc (Introduction Background Music - Yah Yah - josh pan https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClQh... Promoted by https://bit.ly/36r2fV6 YouTube Video)
Janey Lee Grace - Alcohol Free Life
Janey chats about the recent news article looking at the link between alcohol and gut health. Its a topic we cover in depth in The Sober Club, we have several vids in our member portal, so join consider joining us for content, connection and inspiration. Janey digs into the fascinating topic of AA and whether their focus on 'higher power' helps or hinders, especially if people are not religious and find spiritual concepts offputtings. Her guest is Dr Peg O'Connor, Ph.D., is a Professor of Philosophy at Gustavus Adolphus College in St. Peter, Minnesota, specializing in moral philosophy, feminist philosophy, and addiction studies. Author of Life on the Rocks: Finding Meaning in Addiction and Recovery and the latest book Higher and Friendly Powers, Transforming Addiction and Recovery. Events Join us for Family Constellations Sat April 15 in Herts The day before is Heart Centered Biz day with constellations (for coaches, experts, therapists) Sober by the Sea is Sat April 22 where we create a vision board. Click here to see events Follow Janey @janeyleegrace #thesoberclub
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The Wounded Blue with Lt. Randy Sutton – They faced unspeakable horrors. Mutilated children, murder victims, and cruelty beyond belief were part of their world. What wasn't a part of their world was talking about how to deal emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually with the pain they witnessed and felt. It led to the suicide of Giovanni's brother and changed...
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The Wounded Blue with Lt. Randy Sutton – They faced unspeakable horrors. Mutilated children, murder victims, and cruelty beyond belief were part of their world. What wasn't a part of their world was talking about how to deal emotionally, psychologically, and spiritually with the pain they witnessed and felt. It led to the suicide of Giovanni's brother and changed...
The Saving You Is Killing Me: Loving Someone With An Addiction Podcast
In this Episode: LOVE AND ADDICTION: Why Am I Not Enough? For more information, visit www.savingyouiskillingme.com www.andreaseydel.com www.livelifepublishing.com __________________ Saving You is Killing Me: Loving Someone with an Addiction Book | Support Group | Podcast | Community Meetings | Youtube | Coaching | Resilience Course https://linktr.ee/SYKM We are your resource, support, and network to help you Tap Back Into Your Power. Has someone else's problem become your problem? Does loving someone with addiction leaves you feeling broken, exhausted, and disappointed? It hurts when you love someone who drinks too much or suffers from an addiction. Life is not normal. You may feel alone but are not unique in your pain or dilemma. Nor are you isolated in this situation. Saving You Is Killing Me is a helpful guide to light a darkened path. Loving someone with an addiction is emotionally, psychologically, and physically draining. You must understand that nobody deserves to suffer - you have the right to live a peaceful, fulfilled life full of love! You can, and you will find happiness again! Your journey starts by taking back your power and shifting the focus back onto you! With compassion and grace, a positive psychology practitioner and the author of Saving You Is Killing Me: Loving Someone With An Addiction, Andrea Seydel, offers support by sharing her personal experiences and the knowledge she used to help navigate the wreckage of her struggle. She exposes the tremendous power of how our relationships can both hurt us and allow us to heal. Trauma is a fact of life, and navigating the turmoil of loving someone with an addiction can be extremely challenging. Saving You Is Killing Me offers new hope for reclaiming your life. Seydel offers insight and learning opportunities for self-healing, recovery, and resilience that foster an empowering way of life. For more support and information or to share your story of strength, head over to the website: www.savingyouiskillingme.com Join us in the private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/savingyouiskillingme Get your copy of Saving You Is Killing Me: Loving Someone With an Addiction Book:
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Join Thomas and Doug as they discuss the hope and freedom possible in recovery. Listen to his testimony of what worked for him to establish sobriety as well as the patterns he puts into practice now. If you have questions or want to reach out, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and remember that on this […] The post Castimonia Purity Podcast Episode 97B: Thomas’s testimony part B appeared first on CASTIMONIA.
Народились: 1947 Бобі Кімбол (Toto), 1959 Перрі Фаррел (Jane's Addiction).
Theresa brings Rachel on the show to talk about her lived experience with an addiction. Rachel shares how her addiction affected her everyday life and her road to recovery. They talk about removing yourself from your toxic environment and how Rachel's son saved her life. To take a mental health screen, or to find mental health information and resources, visit mhascreening.org To submit questions, comments or ideas about future topics on the podcast, contact email@example.com
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Ben K. "Reasons We Get Stuck"
Dr. Jeanette welcomes TJ Woodward, author of Conscious Recovery: A Fresh Perspective on Addiction, to share how to step above the old paradigm of guilt, shame, and pain in addictions.What if addictions, wrong choices, and hard experiences were the rocks that you were given to explore a path to your soul and spirit in a new way that creates a better human being? One that gives to the world and changes the universe around them? Are you ready to walk across the bridge and see this change?There are tether lines that bind us up in life such as, habits, life requirements, pain and suffering, traumas and being stuck in an addiction pattern. Relationships, success, or lack of getting what we feel we should be getting from life may seem to be a push and shove of power, control and survival. What is control, power, choice and need that keep us stuck in the old paradigm?Is there another way to step out of the sludge you are in and find a different way of creating a new you? Absolutely!When you have had enough, the well runs dry, the people around you either support your current state of being or are pushing you to change, or you just want to scream; this is the most awesome time of your life! It is your soul waking up and it can't go to sleep ever again!Is the language we are using needing a kick to the curb and let the old paradigm take the judgements with them? We sincerely hope so!This show is for everyone, not just those who have a mental health or medical diagnosis, or those who are painfully stuck in a bad place in life. Everyone is coming to a sense of what their life is about and how to open up to a new adventure that is there for the wonderment and joy it can bring to your life. You may personally take this new path, and then you become the teacher and share with others, so they too, can take up their own path. This, my friends, is why we are here! Not to wallow in despair but to weave a new pattern of our life. Come join us!How do you do this? Ask for help! Dr. Jeanette also offers session to talk and see what is going on with you to find your soul gate. For more information on TJ visit: www.TJWoodward.comFor a session with Dr. Jeanette on opening up your soul and stepping through your stories visit: www.DrJeanetteGallagher.com
Welcome to episode #152! This week, Matt and Braden talk about the impact that godly and ungodly vows have on our lives and on our journeys to living porn-free.Vows can be good or badWhen we get married, we make a vow to commit to our spouse for life. On the flip side, we can make negative vows that keep us stuck outside of God's will for our lives. Vows will impact our lives, other people around us, and people in the generations to come so we need to be very aware and intentional when speaking words of life or death that will carry us in a direction for the rest of our lives or until we change course. Ungodly vows make generational impactsIn the book of Judges, Jephthah makes an ungodly vow because of undealt with trauma in his own life. Instead of trusting God to carry out what God was going to carry out, he made a vow to try to twist God's arm into making him a success. God was interested in his prosperity anyway, but because Jephthah didn't live in faith and instead made a vow that God didn't want him to make, his daughter was killed and he would have suffered in great distress.Be careful and slow to make vows to GodDeuteronomy 23:21-23 says: “When you make a vow to the Lord your God, you shall not delay to pay it, for it would be sin in you, and the Lord your God will surely require it of you. However, if you refrain from vowing, it would not be sin in you. You shall be careful to perform what goes out from your lips, just as you have voluntarily vowed to the Lord your God, what you have promised."We should always be careful to make a vow to God that we won't carry out. God will sometimes stop us from making a vow that isn't from Him, but if we do make the vow, we need to make sure we're going to carry it out.Share this with your friendsWho do you know that can benefit from this podcast and other episodes coming in the future? Share it with them so they can subscribe as well.SubscribeSubscribe on any podcast app to make sure you catch new episodes!ResourcesPure Freedom Journey for men and womenBook a Cleansing HourBook a call with one of Restored Ministries' trained coachesHelp for wivesFamilyLife Canada: Resources and events to strengthen your marriageOnline marriage resources (FamilyLife Canada)Covenant Eyes Accountability Software - use promo code RM30 for 30 days freePodcast HostsBRADEN HAFNERBraden is the Regional Director in Alberta for FamilyLife Canada. He has been married for 13 years to his wife Kristen, and they live in Edmonton, Alberta. He is passionate about seeing marriages grow and thrive, and helping couples move to a deeper oneness with one another and with God. FamilyLife Canada has a variety of resources and events to help you and your spouse take your marriage to the next level. See what would benefit you at www.familylifecanada.comMATT CLINEMatt and his wife Louise raise their little guys, David and Oliver, in Edmonton, Alberta. He is honoured to do what he can to tackle the epidemic of pornography and sexual perversion in every way possible. Seeing lives and marriages get free and experience the love of God in profound ways is what drives him every day. He leads Restored Ministries, is a certified speaker and coach for the John Maxwell Team, and formerly played hockey in the WHL and for Hockey Canada. You can visit www.restoredministries.ca.
Faith & Politics – South Dakota Catholic Conference
In 2022 voters rejected a measure to legalize recreational marijuana in SouthDakota. Yet in the 2023 session of the state legislature, a dozen bills wereintroduced related to marijuana, and in 2024 yet another ballot measure onmarijuana is likely to come before voters. Why is this issue still so unsettled? Toanswer this question, host Michael Pauley is joined by Jim Kinyon, the Chairmanof Protecting South Dakota Kids, and the Executive Director of Catholic SocialServices in Rapid City. Jim and Mike discuss the ambitions of the marijuanaindustry in South Dakota, some troubling aspects of the state's “medicalmarijuana” program, and why Catholics should care deeply about the effects thatmarijuana has on our society.
How To Fail With Elizabeth Day
TW: addictionRegular listeners of How To Fail will know that I love Peloton: the one-stop fitness workout which offers cycling, strength, yoga and more. THIS IS NOT AN AD, JUST A GENUINE FEELING! Anyway, the undisputed King of Peloton is Cody Rigsby - an instructor who brings a combination of poptastic joy and savage sass to the bike. He is one of the most popular instructors on the platform, with over 1 million Instagram followers, and counts Prime Minister Rishi Sunak amongst his die-hard fans.But Rigsby had a tough upbringing: his father died of a drug overdose when Cody was just four months old. Raised by a single mother who also had addiction issues, Rigsby endured spells of homelessness and financial instability. Growing up queer in North Carolina, he struggled to find role models or representation, which is why, on the Peloton bike, he uses it as 'a Trojan horse' of acceptance. Rigsby also talks movingly for the first time about losing his friend Oliver to addiction and his belief that he failed to intervene until it was too late.Even if you've never stepped foot near a Peloton, I promise you this is an interview that will move and entertain you in equal measure.--My new book, FRIENDAHOLIC: Confessions of a Friendship Addict, is published tomorrow and is available to order - at half price - here.--How To Fail With Elizabeth Day is hosted and produced by Elizabeth Day. To contact us, email firstname.lastname@example.org--Social Media:Elizabeth Day @elizabdayHow To Fail @howtofailpodCody Rigsby @codyrigsby
Jessimae Peluso is NOT into slapping, but IS into farting, and also has some interesting takes on what she would do with Prince for 48 hours. Jessimae is no stranger to podcast bits, in addition to her own show, Sharp Tongue, she's also popped up on Tigerbelly, The Joe Rogan Experience, and Whiskey Ginger, just to name a few. Website: https://www.theJasonEllis.com Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ellismate -- Jason Ellis @wolfmate Katie Ellis @underwearwolf Michael Tully @tullywood Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
TRIGGER WARNING: In this episode, my guest and I dive into the following topics: Physical Assault, Sexual Assault and Addiction. If you need to pause or stop listening to this episode, please honour that. Thank you. In this episode, I am speaking with Sarah Wohlgemuth. Sarah shares her story of transformation, healing and hope from a past of trauma and a marriage that exploded from hidden addiction, lies, and betrayal. Her marriage miraculously made it through and unconditional love saved not only her marriage, but herself. I invite you to join our conversation as Sarah and I discuss:UnworthinessShameConnectionTraumaAddictionBelief systemAdulteryReleaseJournalingTherapyDaily affirmations Marriage RestorationGod's LoveHonourable MentionsShare how YOU overcame a situationYou're Enough: Letting go the Pressure to be Perfect by Bianca Hughes, LPCFive Love Languages by Gary ChapmanThe Importance of ConnectionUnderstanding the Trauma BrainEverything You Need to Know About Pornography 'Addiction'Kim Walker-Smith - AliveHow the Science of Music Can Help You5 Necessary Steps for Marriage RestorationWhere can you find Sarah Wohlgemuth?Website: https://linktr.ee/coachsarahwYoutube: https://youtube.com/@CoachSarahWFacebook: http://www.facebook.com/beautifullybrokenpiecesInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/beautifullybrokenpieces/—————This podcast is hosted by Bianca Kesha Hughes. Known for authenticity and heart-work services, Bianca is the ultimate trailblazer in the mental health and wellness field as a therapist, coach, speaker, and podcast host, inspiring her audience to let go of the illusion of perfectionism. Ready to learn more? Contact her here!—————If you would love to connect with Bianca, join her in these following spaces:Insights
Host: Viv, aka Sober_iThrive Guests: Bryce Cobb III and Liz McKean, Hosts from Rise Recover Live Podcast To find Rise Recover Live on any podcast app: https://pod.link/riserecoverlive The Phoenix website: https://thephoenix.org/ To Download The Phoenix App: https://thephoenix.org/the-phoenix-app/ The Rise Recover Live Podcast is hosted by Bryce Cobb III and Liz McKean and powered by The Phoenix. Every week we share stories from The Phoenix community and beyond, celebrating the resilience of people, the power of community, and the journey of recovery in every form and pathway. We hope that listeners of all backgrounds are inspired to be part of the movement and to break down stigma. Together, we rise, recover, and live. Bryce lives in Detroit, Michigan, and Liz in Tampa, Florida. They found The Phoenix in very different ways but share a deep appreciation for community and its role in their own recovery journeys. Our hosts come to the mic with a shared excitement for highlighting stories that inspire hope and showcase the strength of the recovery community. The Phoenix is a sober, active community and a national nonprofit dedicated to breaking down the stigma of substance use disorder and recovery. You can find Phoenix events in over 44 states, most led by volunteers, and all free to anyone with 48 hours of sobriety. Most events are held in community spaces such as local gyms, yoga studios, and parks, in addition to daily live stream classes on zoom. The activities that happen at Phoenix events range from fitness to meditation to art to music- anything that fosters connection in a safe and supportive environment. Join by downloading the app, and attending an event either virtually or in person. If The Phoenix is not present yet in your local community, it's easy to become a volunteer and get started! The Phoenix on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/riserecoverlive/ Scott Strode on the Rise Recover Live Podcast (YouTube Version): https://youtu.be/DI9WU4qXuW4 Scott Strode's Ted Talk: https://youtu.be/Wh9O3-ciOYs If you'd like to tag us individually on Instagram, you can do so using these tags: Phoenix is @riserecoverlive Bryce is @brycethethird Liz is @starfishyoga Viv, aka Sober_iThrive, is a Certified Addictions Recovery Coach My Sober Recovery Story #252 If you have any questions or You would like to book a FREE 30-minute consultation with me, you can visit my website https://www.soberithrive.org I'm Certified in Addiction Recovery Coaching and Life Coaching: • Life Coaching Essentials, Work/Life Balance • Co-creating a New Sober Lifestyle • Addiction(s) Recovery • Neuroscience of Brain Function & Joyful Recovery • Roots of Addiction(s) • Alcohol/Drugs and their Effects • Right Thinking in Recovery • Family Issues in Recovery And so much more… My communities are: • Sobertownpodcast.com • I Am Sober Community (IAS) - @Sober_iThrive • Sobertown Facebook Group • “Valiants We Thrive” – Sober Women Telegram Group • Instagram: @Sober_i_Thrive www.soberithrive.org (https://www.soberithrive.org/) Certified and Licensed Addiction and Recovery Professional Online Sober Coaching for all of your addiction and recovery needs by a Internationally Certified and Licensed Sober Coach & Life Coach No Sippy No Slippy. Not Another Drop No matter What. Remember to Pour The Poison Down The Sink!! Sobertownpodcast.com
The Jacked Up Review Show Podcast
A political thriller, Native American social commentary, a newspaper drama and altogether progressive tour-de-force show that proves once again that network TV doesn't necessarily mean formulaic crappola! The Hilary Swank comeback is helped by Tom McCarthy's crew of reliable writers by blending in Aaron Sorkin level dialogue with Sidney Lumet-esque well-staged thrills that altogether crackles, sparkles and is ripe for after thought fueld discussion. Check out the summary and I dare you to not consider yourself at least bit intrigued! MAIN LINKS: LinkTree: https://linktr.ee/JURSPodcast Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/JackedUpReviewShow/ Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/2452329545040913 Twitter: https://twitter.com/JackedUpReview Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jacked_up_podcast/ SHOW LINKS: YouTube: https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCIyMawFPgvOpOUhKcQo4eQQ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-the-jacked-up-review-show-59422651/ Podbean: https://jackedupreviewshow.podbean.com Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/7Eg8w0DNympD6SQXSj1X3M Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast/id1494236218 RadioPublic: https://radiopublic.com/the-jacked-up-review-show-We4VjE Overcast: https://overcast.fm/itunes1494236218/the-jacked-up-review-show-podcast Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/?feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy9hNDYyOTdjL3BvZGNhc3QvcnNz Anchor: https://anchor.fm/s/a46297c/podcast/rss PocketCasts: https://pca.st/0ncd5qp4 CastBox: https://castbox.fm/channel/The-Jacked-Up-Review-Show-Podcast-id2591222
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Let's take a Journey together with Roman Roumiantsev a changed man and an inspiration. Roman went from addiction to inspiration and he is now focused on giving back and changing people's lives. "My name is Roman Roumiantsev. I am a father of two (boy 5, girl 8), New York City Fire Fighter, became very much into mindset/fitness/nutrition and want to help teach how with the correct habits, thoughts and ACTIONS anything one is passionate about is achievable." Way to go Roman. https://instagram.com/romanroumiantsev?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
This week, on the podcast, host Eva Hartling speaks with Valerie Pringle, former host of CTV's Canada AM and CBC's Midday and host of several television series, breaking glass ceilings for women in television, and paving the way for a new generation of women in the media. She is a member of the Order of Canada, awarded for her work in broadcasting and philanthropy, and one of Canada's most respected television broadcasters of the last 50 years. When Valerie took a pause from her broadcast career, she engaged with the non-profit world, championing HIV research and the end of stigma for CANFAR (The Canadian Foundation for AIDS Research) and led efforts to build the Trans Canada Trail, working for over two decades to see it come to life. In her current role as Chair of CAMH (the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health Foundation), Valerie continues to advocate for the treatment of mental illness. Recently, Valerie decided to come out of “semi-retirement” to become Host and Producer of CANADA FILES, an interview series broadcast on PBS Network, featuring discussions with prominent and successful Canadians. Valerie is an inspiration for all women working in front or behind the screen.........This season of our podcast is brought to you by TD Canada Women in Enterprise. TD is proud to support women entrepreneurs and help them achieve success and growth through its program of educational workshops, financing and mentorship opportunities! Find out how you can benefit from their support! Visit: TBIF: thebrandisfemale.com // TD Women in Enterprise: td.com/ca/en/business-banking/small-business/women-in-business // Follow us on Instagram: instagram.com/thebrandisfemale
Addiction is one of the top ways people cope with pain and emotions they don't want to experience. Whether it's addiction to alcohol, substances, social media, or sugar, they are all ways, in varying degrees, to avoid feeling your pain and trauma. This interview with Jenea Buhler explores some of the ways in which you can start to take your power and life back without shame and judgement.Jenea Buhler is a clinical therapist, addiction counselor, Reiki Master Teacher, Shaman and astrologer. She has worked in the field of addiction and mental health for 20 years and has practiced reiki professionally since 2012. She is holding a Trauma Retreat on May 5-7th in Missoula, MT and an online Reiki class April 8th.https://www.energyrising1111.comhttps://www.instagram.com/energyrising1111/?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y%3D https://www.facebook.com/CreativeHealingWithJeneahttps://shoutout.wix.com/so/5bOPR8RMH?languageTag=en Join us on Patreon: www.patreon.com/parisundergroundradio Find Us OnlineWebsite: https://www.parisundergroundradio.com/theheartofyouFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/parisundergroundradioInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/parisundergroundradio/ CreditsHost: Annette Dalloo https://www.parisundergroundradio.com/annettedalloo; @infinitesoullove1111; Website: www.infinitesoullove.comProducer: Jennifer Geraghty https://www.parisundergroundradio.com/jenniferfoxgeraghty; Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: @jennyphoria; Website: http://jennyphoria.comAbout UsEvery amazing experience in life has an element of synchronicity or "things just falling into place." Have you ever wondered why that happens? Have you ever gotten that little nudge from your intuition? Have you ever had the internal knowing that something was going to happen and it did? Do you often find yourself saying "It's a sign!"? How can I increase the frequency of these “meant to be” moments? The Heart of You is an exploration into your soul through intuition, spirituality, divination and unconditional love. We will discuss practical ways to integrate spiritual growth into your everyday life, right now, in this present moment. Join us for topics like Energy Clearing, Past lives, Numerology, Tarot and Spiritual Awakening. Have a question for the podcast? Send us an email at email@example.com.
When your child is struggling with their mental health, it can be difficult to know where to turn. Nationwide, waitlists for appointments with child psychologists and psychiatrists can be months long. As a result, pediatricians have become the first line of defense for families who need support. Alice Phillips, M.D., wears many hats at Cook Children's. She's the Board Chair of Cook Children's Physician Network and Medical Director of Ambulatory Quality. Dr. Phillips is also a pediatrician at Cook Children's Pediatrics Cityview, and has seen mental health concerns in her practice increase dramatically over the past 26 years. On this episode of Raising Joy, Dr. Phillips talks to us about the role of pediatricians in the mental health crisis and the growing number of tools in their toolbox to help children.
The "guests" on this program are the callers, and they're treated with careful respect, rather than being rushed, dismissed, and replaced. Topics covered in this 1-hour broadcast: Addiction Free Resources available on topics covered in this 1-hour broadcast https://www.hopefortheheart.org/free/ If you are dealing with a personal or family issue and would like to hear directly from June on your situation, consider an appearance on a future broadcast of Hope In The Night. To schedule your time with June on Hope In The Night, leave your information at 1-800-NIGHT-17 (800-644-4817).
In episode 1450, Miles and guest co-host, Pallavi Gunalan, are joined by author of Unwired: Gaining Control Over Addictive Technologies, Professor Gaia Bernstein, to discuss… The Pope's Puffy Jacket Was An AI Fake Sadly, Apple Also Ignoring The Total Lack of Enthusiasm for VIRTUAL REALITY, UNWIRED and more! The Pope's Puffy Jacket Was An AI Fake Sadly The swagged-out pope is an AI fake — and an early glimpse of a new reality Apple Also Ignoring The Total Lack of Enthusiasm for VIRTUAL REALITY LISTEN: Grateful by El Michels Affair & Black ThoughtSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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Thomas discusses his addiction with Doug. His testimony is one that will resonate with many men. He discusses his upbringing and struggles throughout young life as well as those as an adult. He takes us through the story of brokenness and searching that leads to finding healing and hope. That part of the story is […] The post Castimonia Purity Podcast Episode 97A: Thomas’s testimony part A appeared first on CASTIMONIA.
This week's guest is the legendary MASTER P, and I don't think I've ever had a guest who has dispensed more WISDOM on so many topics in such a short amount of time.Grab a pen and paper before you listen, and get ready to be repeatedly blown away because this episode is easily one of the most quote-worthy shows I've ever done.“You don't learn from wins; you learn from losses. You've got to start at the bottom, go be the janitor or start in the mail room. Don't cheat your way to anything…and don't make excuses.”Percy Miller grew up in poverty before rising to fame as rapper Master P and the owner of NO LIMIT RECORDS, which he started when he was only 19 YEARS OLD. His fascinating life is about OVERCOMING THE ODDS to impact millions of people with his music, entrepreneurial ventures, and as an activist focusing on economic empowerment through business ownership and an emphasis on family and education.His story has so many chapters filled with POSITIVE LESSONS, and he wastes no time dropping great advice for young people about LOVING WHAT YOU DO as a path to becoming an entrepreneur.Here's another incredible quotable insight for you…“The great thing about Snoop Dogg is that he was willing to LISTEN and BE A SPONGE…and look at him now.”We also get into……RELATIONSHIP CAPITAL and Master P's advice on how to treat people…finding ongoing JOY in your WORK and PURPOSE…MAINTAINING YOUR EFFORT LEVEL after you find some degree of SUCCESS…his RELATIONSHIP WITH GOD and how that impacts everything he does…the essential need to SURROUND YOURSELF with the RIGHT PEOPLE. Pay close to this part…it's absolute gold.…the generational curse of poverty and how to break it…the eye-opening revelation of why TALENT is only 10% OF SUCCESS in the music industryThere is so much WISDOM you need to hear from Master P this week.I'll leave you with two more gems…“Don't be afraid to start from humble beginnings…”“If you want to be successful, just show up…”GOLD…PURE GOLD.
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David Lawson and his team help men like you transform their lives through self-mastery to create personal and professional abundance. The youngest of 3 siblings, I had an unremarkable childhood with strict, loving parents. Following in the footsteps of my older brother, I fell in love with hockey and spent my early teenage years traveling from arena to arena. (Then) one cold New Year's day, while driving me to a hockey game, I noticed my Dad rubbing his left arm. Suddenly, he fell into my lap and as the car veered into the ditch I felt him take his last breath. My dad was gone. After my dad's funeral I felt numb and detached. While my mother grieved the loss of the love of her life, I had no idea how to process the emotions and grief I was feeling. As men, our culture neither teaches, allows nor gives us permission to cry, grieve or process many of our emotions. So I did the only thing I knew how to do - play hockey. My dad and I had talked about me earning a hockey scholarship, and after a lot of early morning practices and hard work I received a scholarship. After four years of long bus rides and sustaining physical injuries, my focus began to shift. David Lawson Vroom Vroom Veer Stories Grew up ice skating on a lake in the Toronto area, lived in the same area as some famous Canadians Was on a fast track at the age of 15 playing hockey at the "Junior" level where school classes become secondary to practice/travel/hockey games His father died on his lap while driving to a hockey game; didn't have the tools to deal with grief and loss so he just numbed that emotional pain He double-down on being a High-Achiever never thinking about emotions or self care until finally he was so exhausted that he couldn't do it anymore Googled Business Retreat and found a 10-day retreat at the Chopra Center in SoCal; fell in love with meditation on his first try; experienced Ayurvedic Massage, meditaiton and yoga and felt amazing Through these experiences he started to look at the emotions that he had been numbing since age 15 and his emotional and physical health slowly started to improve Visited India for further treatments twice and also received acupuncture from a Chinese medicine doctor near home; this same doctor suggested Qigong as a way to do maintenance without needles Connections Website
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Brain Surgery for Addiction? Listen to Dr. James Mahoney discuss his research on using deep brain stimulation with implanted electrodes that target the pleasure center of the brain to treat addiction. James J. Mahoney, III, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Clinical Neuropsychologist in the Department of Behavioral Medicine and Psychiatry and the Department of Neuroscience at the Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute (RNI) and West Virginia University (WVU) School of Medicine. Dr. Mahoney is currently Director of Addictions Research at the RNI and previously served as Chair of the Research Oversight Committee in his primary department. Prior to joining WVU, Dr. Mahoney completed his doctoral training at the University of Houston and completed specialized post-doctoral training in neuropsychology at the University of Virginia. He has accumulated over 20 years of research experience, most of which have focused on the treatment and assessment of substance use disorders. Dr. Mahoney has co-authored 68 peer-reviewed manuscripts (25 first/senior authored), has published several book chapters and a textbook focusing on substance use, and has presented original research findings at several international conferences. Since beginning his position at WVU, Dr. Mahoney has served as co-investigator on several externally funded proposals including a NIDA funded UG3/UH3 award. Dr. Mahoney's specific areas of research focus includes cognitive sequelae related to substance use as well as the investigation of various forms of neuromodulation, including deep brain stimulation, focused ultrasound, and transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of substance use disorders. CNN Story Brain Stimulator
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Dr. Karl Hill directs the Prevention Science Program and is a professor of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Colorado Boulder, and is co-director of the prevention registry, Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development. Over the last thirty years he has focused on two key questions: What are optimal family, peer, school and community environments that encourage healthy youth and adult development? And How do we work with communities to make this happen? In addition, he has focused on developing and testing interventions to shape these outcomes, and on working with communities to improve youth development and to break intergenerational cycles of problem behaviorincluding addiction and crime. Institute of Behavioral Science Outcomes of Childhood Prevention Intervention Across 2 Generations - JAMA Article
In this episode, I explain how dopamine dynamics — meaning changes and interactions between our baseline and peak levels of dopamine drive our cravings and sense of motivation. I also explain how to leverage dopamine dynamics to overcome procrastination. I cover behavioral, cognitive, nutrition-based and supplementation-based tools to optimize baseline and peak dopamine levels to ensure a persistently motivated state. I also discuss how to boost motivation when you are in a rut, why you might not want to stack behaviors/substances that spike dopamine and how build and maintain a “growth mindset” for pursuing goals of any kind. Dopamine is an incredibly powerful neuromodulator involved in basic functions (e.g., hunger, romantic attraction, etc.) and feats of cognitive and physical performance; by understanding the dynamics of dopamine, listeners ought to be better positioned to overcome procrastination, maintain motivation, and improve confidence. For the full show notes, visit hubermanlab.com. Thank you to our sponsors AG1 (Athletic Greens): https://athleticgreens.com/huberman Helix Sleep: https://helixsleep.com/huberman WHOOP: https://join.whoop.com/huberman ROKA: https://roka.com/huberman InsideTracker: https://www.insidetracker.com/huberman Supplements from Momentous https://www.livemomentous.com/huberman Timestamps (00:00:00) Dopamine (00:02:32) Sponsors: Eight Sleep, WHOOP, ROKA, Momentous (00:06:27) Dopamine Brain Circuits (00:14:53) Goals & Addiction (00:17:13) Dopamine Dynamics, “Wave Pool” analogy (00:20:28) Craving, Motivation, Pursuit & Reward Prediction Error (00:28:26) Sponsor: AG1 (Athletic Greens) (00:29:40) Feedback Cues & Reward Contingent Learning, “Scoreboard” (00:37:40) Addiction; Pleasure & Pain Imbalance (00:44:55) Dopamine Release & Addictive Substances/Behaviors (00:50:43) Addiction Recovery, Binding Behaviors (00:53:25) Tools: Maintain Baseline Dopamine Levels (01:02:08) Sponsor: InsideTracker (01:03:26) Tool: Deliberate Cold Exposure & Dopamine (01:09:38) Prescriptions & Supplementation: L-Tyrosine, Mucuna Pruriens (01:18:58) Dopamine Trough Recovery, Postpartum Depression (01:23:31) Dopamine Dynamics, “Dopamine Stacking”; Intrinsic Motivation (01:38:10) Making Effort the Reward, Growth Mindset (01:41:49) Tool: Overcome Procrastination (01:52:16) Tool: Meditation & Procrastination (01:57:01) Zero-Cost Support, YouTube Feedback, Spotify & Apple Reviews, Sponsors, Momentous, Neural Network Newsletter, Social Media Title Card Photo Credit: Mike Blabac Disclaimer
Episode 423 – Some Phoneless Fool Today we have Laura. She is 45, from Boston, MA, and took her last drink on September 27, 2014. Join Recovery Elevator in Atlanta over Memorial Day weekend for a fun conference style event at the Marriott in Alpharetta on Sunday. This event is all about getting your connect on and it will be a fun time. Spouses or loved ones are encouraged to attend. Registration is open please click the link for more information. We also have registration for the annual Bozeman Retreat opening on April 3rd. The retreat is scheduled for August 9th – 13th. Exact Nature: https://exactnature.com/RE20 [02:07] Highlights from Paul: Paul feels that addictions are adaptations to unhealthy environments. Rates of addiction, disease, inflammations, and cancers are all on the rise. In recovery we are tasked with creating a world for ourselves and others where we feel connected, worthy, and part of the community. Recovery is not about new world exploration but restoring the circuitry we were born with. Addiction could be what forces us to come together, put our differences aside and start loving each other. Paul thinks that it is our job in recovery to create a life for ourselves and others that doesn't require alcohol for wholeness. He's up for the task, how about you? Better Help: www.betterhelp.com/elevator - 10% off your first month. #sponsored [6:36] Paul introduces Laura: Laura is 45 years old, lives in Boston, has one daughter and is recently engaged. She is a writer and the founder of The Luckiest Club, an international sobriety support community. For fun she loves to read, play beach volleyball and travelling. She first started drinking when she was 15 but didn't drink a lot. She played sports in high school which kept her from partying and her dad got sober when she was a teenager so she had a healthy fear of alcohol. Her drinking really started when she went to college. She had a fake ID and was all in. After graduating she found herself surrounded by drinking in the workforce. Throughout her 20's she surrounded herself with people who drank like her. There was a sense that she drank differently than others but she decided it was just something she needed to watch but not quit. She never had any serious consequences at this time in her life. Laura feels that her drinking really increased after she became a mom. She had more anxiety, her body processed it differently, she was drinking more and it was working less. While she was pregnant, she realized how much she had relied on alcohol because she couldn't have it. She started worrying more about her drinking at this point because she was chasing relief from the anxiety and only finding it helping for 20 minutes or less. The year before her last drink Laura found herself suffering some consequences. She got a DUI which she brushed off as just getting a ticket when asked about it. After an event that caused her to almost lose custody of her daughter, she spent the next year actively trying to quit drinking. Her family was acutely aware of her drinking issue and were holding her accountable. She was very angry and wasn't at the point that she accepted that the alcohol needed to go. She tried to go to AA but didn't enjoy it at first. She continued to drink but also kept going to meetings. She was starting to have more sober time than drinking time and was reaping the benefits. It wasn't until she stopped making the promise to not drink and instead focused on one day at a time. Laura started closing all her escape hatches after getting a little bit of sobriety time. She feels the most important thing about sobriety is that you cannot do it alone. And these days, there are more and more resources out there where we don't have to do it alone. Laura McKowen The Luckiest Club We are the Luckiest Push Off From Here Cafe RE Use the promo code OPPORTUNITY to waive the set-up fee. Recovery Elevator YouTube Sobriety Tracker iTunes Recovery Elevator Rule 22 – Lighten Up I love you guys
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Ready for a great start to the week. This week we will focus on understanding our addictions, good and evil, and how to recover from them. Big week this week. We also have our first live meeting Thur March 30th, at 4 PM EST, in our live room.Let's make it a great day.
Are you struggling with addiction(s)? Do you need a healing touch from God? Then this episode is for you! Listen to this testimony by Pastor Linda Budd of RiverGate Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Jimmy Needham joins us with encouragement from his own growth in battling addiction. You can check out his podcast Clearly which covers the controversial, confusing, and complex here.
Addiction is a powerful thing. Or maybe more relevantly than addiction, the expectation of instant gratification and constant stimulation. The jury is out on just how addictive those cycles can be, and that jury may always be out, for its own concerning reasons. Children move from toy to phone to The post Thought Crimes Episode 19 – Possibilities appeared first on The Drunk and The Ugly.
Robyn Lewis's life was, frankly, hectic and destructive for 37 years. Multiple addictions, trauma from a brutal childhood, crime…she was just trying to survive. Robyn had tried and tried to change her life and then something happened. Now she's sharing her story with her community and now, with us, to show that change is possible.And a note before listening - Our guests share their experience. Each person has their own way they deal with life. So if there's something you hear that prompts questions for you whether it's about mental health, medication, ways of dealing with certain situations, make sure you speak to someone you trust like your doctor, counsellor, specialist.More info:Robyn talks on WIN News about her ice addiction (Video, 31 August 2017)Robyn addresses Griffith Community Drug Action Team (Video, 8 Novmber 2017)Robyn Lewis knows a bit about drug addiction in regional NSW (Sydney Morning Herald)There's a number of services and programs for addiction. Robyn mentioned SMART Recovery. For more information on other options and services go to Turning Point Australia's national addiction treatment, training and research centre.For Support: Lifeline on 13 11 1413 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support phone line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)Blue Knot Foundation - National Centre of Excellence for Complex TraumaSexual assault and family violence services in your StateCREDITS:Host: Meshel Laurie. You can find her on Instagram Co-Host: Emily Webb. You can find her on Instagram here Guests: Robyn LewisExecutive Producer/Editor: Matthew TankardIf you have been affected by anything discussed in this episode you can contact: Lifeline on 13 11 1413 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support phone line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. For a few dollars per month, you can listen to every episode early and ad free, as well as accessing fortnightly bonus content. Become a subscriber to Australian True Crime Plus here: https://plus.acast.com/s/australiantruecrime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
This is a "Just The Facts" episode. It's a shortened version of this week's more detailed full episode, which is also available on our feed. Robyn Lewis's life was, frankly, hectic and destructive for 37 years. Multiple addictions, trauma from a brutal childhood, crime…she was just trying to survive. Robyn had tried and tried to change her life and then something happened. Now she's sharing her story with her community and now, with us, to show that change is possible.And a note before listening - Our guests share their experience. Each person has their own way they deal with life. So if there's something you hear that prompts questions for you whether it's about mental health, medication, ways of dealing with certain situations, make sure you speak to someone you trust like your doctor, counsellor, specialist.More info:Robyn talks on WIN News about her ice addiction (Video, 31 August 2017)Robyn addresses Griffith Community Drug Action Team (Video, 8 Novmber 2017)Robyn Lewis knows a bit about drug addiction in regional NSW (Sydney Morning Herald)There's a number of services and programs for addiction. Robyn mentioned SMART Recovery. For more information on other options and services go to Turning Point Australia's national addiction treatment, training and research centre.For Support: Lifeline on 13 11 1413 YARN on 13 92 76 (24/7 crisis support phone line for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples)Blue Knot Foundation - National Centre of Excellence for Complex TraumaSexual assault and family violence services in your StateCREDITS:Host: Meshel Laurie. You can find her on Instagram Co-Host: Emily Webb. You can find her on Instagram here Guests: Robyn LewisExecutive Producer/Editor: Matthew TankardSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/australiantruecrime. For a few dollars per month, you can listen to every episode early and ad free, as well as accessing fortnightly bonus content. Become a subscriber to Australian True Crime Plus here: https://plus.acast.com/s/australiantruecrime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Coach, public speaker and fellow podcaster (One for the Road) David Wilson joins Dan on this episode of the podcast to talk all things sobriety and how after transforming his own life after four decades of drinking, he now uses his experiences and knowledge to help others do the same. Dan becomes quite emotional in this episode that touches parts of both his addiction and sobriety journey, showing that recovery and growth aren't linear. KEY TAKEAWAYS David transformed his life in 2019 after 4 decades of drinking, which almost killed him. Feeling rejected at home, David sought belonging in a gang of boys and this is when his drinking started, at just the age 14. People pleasing has followed David throughout his life, when he was the person people wanted to see in him, he felt accepted, he felt loved. At the time, David didn't see anything problematic with his drinking but now looking back he feels the same as Dan, embarrassed and --- about how he spent so many days, weeks and years of his life. Don't use the weekends to escape your life through alcohol and drugs, use them to build the life you want. David's drinking developed over time from social drinking to spending entire weekends in solitude drinking as much as possible. He hated whom he had become and after a health scare and his mother's death he knew he needed to change. As a functioning alcoholic, your life feels normal. You often forget what it's like to feel sober and lead a normal life and it impacts every decision you make. There are stages to becoming sober, it generally starts with the physical side. You then have to tackle the emotions attached to your addiction. David compares becoming sober to being released from prison. He felt institutionalised from drinking for 30+ years. Your addicted self is still you and has been part of your life. To recover and grow you have to accept the positives and negatives of the past phases of your life. BEST MOMENTS “If you have those abandonment issues as a young lad and you found solace in drink and drugs, that becomes your soothing” “Booze turned you into the person you wanted to be” “I was massively people pleasing to be accepted” “Everything was about drink” “Although my drinking was different, my sobriety is the same” “It's about embracing the old you as part of your life” "Sometimes you'll pick the destruction over the fu*king hard work" VALUABLE RESOURCES David's Podcast: One for the Road CONTACT METHOD Instagram Facebook Twitter ABOUT THE GUEST David Wilson https://www.instagram.com/soberdave/ https://amzn.to/3BpvUPD https://davidwilsoncoaching.com/ https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/one-for-the-road/id1565341712 Transforming his life in January 2019 after 4 decades of drinking which nearly ended up killing him in April 2018, David Wilson, Accredited Grey Area Drinking Coach and Public Speaker, is dedicated to motivating others to transform their lives, overcome personal challenges and embrace life with a renewed mindset. Using his unique delivery and no-nonsense approach, Dave is both personable and relatable. Connecting with a diverse audience, Dave (NACOA trained) has spoken at schools and colleges raising awareness of the impact and harm of the excessive use of alcohol for both individuals and family members. A Training Associate and Ambassador for Alcohol Change UK, a leading UK alcohol charity, Dave is able to deliver his learned experience and knowledge to the workplace. With wellbeing at the top of the Health & Safety agenda, Dave is able to speak with authority about a subject which is for many, still very stigmatised. ABOUT THE HOST Daniel O'Reilly Daniel O'Reilly is one of the UK's Largest Influencers, a comedian, actor, musician, viral video star and social influencer. With a portfolio of businesses Daniel enjoys a busy lifestyle mixed with business and pleasure. Daniel is a father to two beautiful girls and enjoys spending quality time with them and his wife Shelley. With 2022 being a busy year, Daniel sold out his O2 stand-up show, released his British movie 'The Last Heist' and is currently preparing for the upcoming release of his other film 'Miss The Kiss'. Daniel is a creative through and through, with a passion to strive in everything he does. Daniel is looking forward to the release of his podcast 'Menace 2 Sobriety' in 2023, his long-term position on GB News, Headliners, and the growing slate of films in the works with his production company, HYPRR. PODCAST DESCRIPTION Daniel O'Reilly's newest venture sees the creation of his Menace 2 Sobriety podcast, a series of relaxed and open conversations with different guests and varied experiences. After recently being diagnosed with severe ADHD and beginning his sobriety again, Daniel also set up a page on Facebook and Instagram called 'Men And Their Emotions' (M.A.T.E) an accessible, open and supportive group for MEN to post their feelings, thoughts and current life issues. Upon seeing the responses from men around the world to some of the posts on the group he was blown away and continues to be touched by the kindness and support offered by strangers. This all led to Daniel wanting to start up his own podcast and invite guests to join him in opening up about past experiences and talk about all things mental health, family & sobriety. The podcast will see Daniel and his interesting guests' sharing their personal stories and learning experiences that they hope will help other people; whether it encourages one person to ask for help, talk to family about their struggles with getting sober/clean, or realise that they aren't alone. The Menace 2 Sobriety podcast has been created by Daniel to help people fight their own gremlins.Sobriety Podcast #wedorecover # recoveroutloud #addicitonrecovery #addiction #recoverytok #sobriety #sober #sobertiktok #sobertok #soberlife #sobercurious #soberliving: https://www.instagram.com/dappersinstagram/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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