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The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast Episode #46: Rebecca Weller

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The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast Episode #45: Danielle Boose

Welcome to Episode #45 of the AA Podcast and my guest Danielle Boose. Danielle is a self-described "Warrior Boss Lady", who shares her experiences from being … [Read More...]

The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast Episode #44: Cathy Simmons

Today, I am joined by Cathy Simmons, an amazing woman who spent many years working in financial institutions in London before deciding to take a drastic career … [Read More...]

The Alcohol & Addiction Podcast Episode #43: Andy Torres

I remember the first time I visited a bar after I quit drinking. My friend asked me what I wanted to drink and I didn’t know what to say. “I’ll have a cup of … [Read More...]

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This Naked Mind by Annie Grace, A Book Review

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Rich Roll was a fat, middle-aged, overweight, alcoholic. Then he wasn't. He was a lean, middle-aged, endurance athlete who didn't drink alcohol. He is an … [Read More...]

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