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Sober Conversations

By Herby Bell

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All of us are directly connected to addiction whether it be personally, family or friends. Sober Conversations is real talk about America's number 1 health challenge: Addiction. Join Dr.'s Herby Bell and Chris Harrison as they host interesting, provocative and hopeful conversations with addiction and wellness experts to Mom's, Dad's, daughters and sons of this systemic problem in our culture. Sober Conversations is about getting addiction, "out of the closet" and transforming the addiction treatment community into the entire community. Join us–all good and healthy things start with a conversation.

Customer Reviews

Speak Out: Recovery is out.

"To me it is quite obvious. When I first listened to what these men had to say I began to understand my role as a father in a family in which addiction has a place of prominence.


Doctors Herby Bell and Chris Harrison have established a practice that has in its sights no less than that which is the most destructive and costly social ill in America: Addiction. A world of denial engulfs addiction and substance abuse. The foundation of that denial is fear. These men have a passion and that passion is to change the way we think about addiction and to bring it into accepted conversation.



With these interviews and in these conversations, they nourish a movement that insists on truth, honesty and acceptance of responsibility from all of us, whether or not we are in active addiction or in active recovery, and whether or not we have a “designated addict” in our family. Addiction is systemic and they inform us as to why. Their message could change the way you think. Their message could help your family.



From them I learn that remaining silent is no longer an option. I gain courage. I learn that I sow reason and excuse to avoid discussion. This is tragedy. But I intend to change. Please listen to these men. They have something important to say" – Dennis

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Very interesting and informative discussion on a topic that is too often swept under the rug.

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It's all there, Herby. Thank you for this important information...

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