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Addiction takes many shapes, sizes and forms. For instance Soy shakes, golden retrievers, squat thrusts. These aren't the makings of a week-long bender in Vegas, unless you happen to be Marquis de Sade. However, the human brain is a mysterious lump of meat, and under rare circumstances the mind can become hooked on all sorts of things that are usually completely innocent or even commendable. In one infamous 2005 case, animal control officers retrieved more than 300 sewage-scented pups from Barbara and Robert Woodley's Sanford, North Carolina home. The house's stench was so damn doggy that it brought the rescuing veterinarians to tears ... Literally. Animal hoarding is often the result of crippling obsessive-compulsive disorder. The hoarder believes that he alone understands his pets, who apparently wish to live cramped and knee-deep in their own shit. We will explore the addiction process in the when it comes anything we focus on. Though the addiction process the brain can become addicted to anything. Can the recovery process work on these areas of addiction. Join us on the Been There Done That Show www.beentheredonethatshow.comSaturday 4-27-13 6pm-7pm call in at (646) 200-0112 or 435-673-5890

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