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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. Produced by MARR Addiction Treatment Centers in Atlanta, GA. MARR specializes in treating individuals whose lives have been destroyed by addiction using our gender-separate, 2-phase approach.
 
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
 
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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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…
 
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 …
 
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…
 
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 …
 
We so often screw up decisions because we are stuck in seeking instant gratification. You feel bad and you want it to go away right now. You feel a craving and you want to eliminate it this second. You feel uncomfortable and you want to change it instantly. Recovery isn’t instant. Recovery is a long game. You’ve heard all these sayings, your whole …
 
Expectations are premeditated resentments. When I started this journey of recovery, this is yet another piece of my puzzle that I didn’t understand or recognize. I had zero understanding that I put all these expectations on people and outcomes and situations- and then ended up mad when it didn’t go the way I thought it should go. I know you are goi…
 
Tad was well-known in the Atlanta community as a successful real estate developer. Then he was arrested for a DUI and made the news. In treatment he learned that his business success didn’t necessarily translate into success in recovery. In fact, he found out that he needed to accept his weakness if he wanted to stay sober. By participating in comm…
 
Holiday season comes the same time every year, there is no excuse for not being prepared. This season will probably be a little different because of corona virus but don’t sit back and do nothing, and wait for the overwhelm to crush you when you know it’s coming! Holiday stress isn’t only about the parties and drinking. There is added stress of pre…
 
Selfish. Excessively concerned with oneself with no regard for the needs or feelings of others. I’m sure we have heard this a thousand times, people telling us how selfish we are- all you think about is yourself, all you care about is you. The problem is, when I was drinking, and even early in my recovery, I didn’t really understand what that meant…
 
When you are transitioning from a drinking life to a sober life you have a lot of questions. Not only about what life will be like, but about a whole bunch of other random stuff that you don’t think about until you are in the middle of it. I get questions in the Facebook group, on Instagram, by email, you name it, people reach out to me there. Typi…
 
Lying, manipulating, being lazy, avoiding life… that’s not a great recipe for clean living. ⁠ When I think about the person I was in my active addiction, when I was still drinking, and I think about my personality traits and how I made decisions, it gives me a good idea where I need to start making changes to live clean and sober. I was a liar. I m…
 
Anna K., an anesthesiologist with over 20 years of sobriety, vividly describes an unforgettable night when she gave herself a combination of the narcotics she would administer to patients. This crisis event forced her to confront her own addiction and seek help. Throughout her recovery, Anna has had what she describes as an “exciting period of disc…
 
When you are sitting at 1 week sober, or one month sober it can feel like an eternity to get to 6 months. You also have a ton of questions running through your mind about what it’s going to be like and how will life be different? Kristin just celebrated 6 months sober and she has learned so much! She went to treatment, relapsed, but never gave up. …
 
Alcohol is gaslighting you. It abuses you and humiliates you, it makes you feel terrible about yourself and makes your anxiety explode- then in the next breath it’s telling you how it can solve all your problems. You don’t drink for a few days or weeks, then you hear it whispering to you telling you it wasn’t that bad. YOU KNOW IT WAS THAT BAD!!! B…
 
We get caught up in the hard work of sobriety and forget to celebrate all the great things that come with the hard work. All the questions about how will people react, worrying about the future, feeling embarrassed and uncomfortable, hating to feel feelings… but what about the clarity of thought? What about waking up without a hangover and not havi…
 
It takes some energy and planning. But it’s not impossible to stop the yo-yo sobriety. In this episode I’ll tell you 11 reasons people continue to relapse, and some of them you’ve probably never heard before. A lot of people love the drinking culture, and some have done it so long they don’t know any other way. The more they think about not drinkin…
 
When you are entrusting yourself or your loved ones into the care of a counseling staff, you want to know what those counselors are like, what they care about, and how they treat the clients. On this episode, you will get some answers to those questions and a sense of the caring and compassionate approach adopted by MARR’s professional clinical sta…
 
You may know him from the High Cost of Anonymity podcast, and he is a great friend and confidant to me. In this episode, we talk about quarantine and how quickly it can take a turn for the worse. The perfect storm of isolation, fear, being in close quarters with family, a huge amount of change in our routines, schedules, working from home, and our …
 
For some, the word ‘powerless’ sends them running for the hills. Like it’s a personal attack. It’s not personal, it’s not insulting, and it wreaks of truth. That’s the real reason this word has so much power, because it hits a little too close to home. Working with addiction for so many years I have come to realize that there’s a lot of misconcepti…
 
Between her former husband, her brother, and her sister-in-law, Melissa had been surrounded by people in active addiction for years. She was loaning money, bailing people out of jail, and doing whatever she could to try to help. But like many people in this position, all her efforts didn’t seem to get anywhere. In fact, the addictions of her loved …
 
Growing up in Beverly Hills, Amy Dresner had it all: a top-notch private school education, the most expensive summer camps, and even a weekly clothing allowance. But at 24, she started dabbling in meth in San Francisco and unleashed a fiendish addiction monster. Soon, if you could snort it, smoke it, or have sex with, she did. I love this interview…
 
I don’t want to be living a double life in my recovery like I was in my addiction. I went out of my way to create this picture for the outside world, to hide what was really going on on the inside. And if that was my behavior when I was drinking, then I definitely don’t want to have the same behavior when I’m sober! Being private is appropriate in …
 
“That’s when I found God.” This is how Christopher recalls what it felt like to take hydrocodone for the first time. But before long, his addiction took a brutal hold of his life in the middle of a successful career as a doctor. Despite having everything, he eventually found himself in a place where he wanted to die, and he couldn’t understand why.…
 
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