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Real people in recovery talk openly and honestly about alcoholism and recovery. Real People. Real stories. Real hope.

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Thinking of going to rehab? Wonder what it might be like? How you get in? Whether or not you need to go? What to expect once you're there? Co-Hosts Amanda and Ellie discuss their own experiences going to detox and/or rehab, answer the questions above, and also discuss the common symptoms of alcohol withdrawal, the difference between inpatient and outpatient rehab, the difference between a detox and a rehab, and more. Please note: we are not addiction therapists, counselor or medical professionals. The information we share on the show is based on our collective experiences only. If you are concerned about your drinking or think you may need a detox or rehab facility please contact your physician, go to an emergency room or seek professional help. We are also honored to have four women who shared their experiences with rehab, detox, interventions, and other alcohol education programs.
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Have you ever been curious about Recovery Coaching and other recovery paths? We're very excited to have Joy Rigberg, Founder of Next Step Recovery Coaching as a guest on our show! As an Addiction Recovery & Life Coach, Joy blends... more

We are very excited to have Greg Williams, Creator of the documentary The Anonymous People on our show! The Anonymous People is a documentary film about the over 23 million Americans living in long-term recovery from... more

We are very excited to have Greg Williams, Creator of the full length documentary film The Anonymous People on our show! The Anonymous People is a documentary film about the over 23 million Americans living in long-term... more

One of the most frequent questions we get from people is "am I an alcoholic?". It's a quesiton that only the person asking can answer, however there are common signs of the disease progressing that people in sobriety talk about -... more

Getting sober when you are young is amazing in many ways - you get to be present for most of the major milestones in your life. It also presents it's own challenges, with the pervasiveness of drugs and alcohol abuse in today's... more

There's an old saying that you're only as old as you feel. But that's just telling half of the story. When it comes to those of us of a ?certain age,? whatever that age may be, who have been comfortably ensconced in our particular drug of... more

In this episode, we will have women on the show talking about how the stigma of alcoholism impacted their ability to reach out for help and get sober. We all know what the stigma is: the homeless man in a door stoop with a bottle in a... more

Many people in recovery struggle with both alcohol AND food disorders. This issue is so common you often hear food addiction referred to as a "sister" addiction to alcoholism. We have had many requests for a show that addresses... more

You may think withdrawal from substance abuse only refers to the immediate physical symptoms experienced when your body is trying to adjust to NOT having drugs and/or alcohol in its system. We are all mostly aware of some of the more... more

Many people who try to quit drinking alcohol have at least one relapse before achieving long-term sobriety. For many, a relapse is part of the recovery process. If you had a relapse, all is not lost. It is time to face the facts, pick yourself... more
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