The Bubble Hour

The Bubble Hour

The Bubble Hour

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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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Denial is a defense mechanism that allows a person – despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary – to deny that something is true, when in fact, it is true. It is one of the most powerful and difficult problems that... more

This Sunday's show will be a Special Episode for Mothers Day: words by mothers and for mothers. Motherhood introduces unique challenges in getting and staying sober, along with the incredible gifts we receive as sober Moms. Amanda and... more

We have a special episode of The Bubble Hour this week - a group of sober women talking about Cognitive Distortion - otherwise known as "how we think". Do you ever find yourself in a negtative thought pattern? Do you listen to the... more

If you are a recovering alcoholic it is likely that you have been told you have an addictive personality, or perhaps you've wondered this yourself? People have probably even told you long before you ever realized that you were an alcoholic... more

Many times when people talk about recovery they talk about recovery meetings (12 step and otherwise). And while recovery meetings are at the core of many peoples' recovery, for this show we will discuss the myriad ways people stay... 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

Navigating the tricky waters of a relationship with a partner, spouse or significant other in early sobriety has its challenges. On this show we will talk about when one partner gets sober and the other is still drinking, when one partner... more

Because it is Easter Sunday, which can be a time of imbibing for many people/families, we are going to air our show from last December: Creating Your Holiday Bubble: Survival Tips. Tune in for tips and advice on getting through a... more

Occasionally we will read posts from Crying Out Now, a site where women submit their stories of alcoholism and/or recovery. This Sunday, Co-Host Lisa will be reading selected posts.

Amy Hatvany graduated with a degree in Sociology only to discover most sociologists are unemployed. Soon followed a variety of jobs – some of which she loved, like decorating wedding cakes; others which she merely... more
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