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The Addiction Podcast - Point of No Return

By Joanie Sigal & Jason Good

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This podcast addresses hope and recovery options for individuals, friends, family, parents and associates who have been or may be addicted to opioids, heroin, cocaine, prescription drugs, fentanyl, and want to overcome the addiction. There are interviews with former addicts, stories of having gone through numerous failed rehabes, parents and loved ones that describe the horrors and ultimate methods they have sought to save lives and help. Issues include the changing world of rehab, from 12 step programs to successful and effective alternative approaches to detox, withdrawal, and education for stable life style changes for former addicts. The benefits and dangers of different types of rehab from those that have experienced it. The "point of no return' is when the individual has come to a realization that they need and want help. This is also for friends and family of addicts who are at their wits end and don't know what to do to help the addict. This podcast gives hope and inspiration for recovery. Some topics include: - Where can I get help? - How do I know if my child or relative or friend is addicted? - How do I get someone up to realizing they need help?

Customer Reviews

Great show

Interesting to hear perspectives from a former addict and a person who works with addicts. Sometimes the show just sounds like a long ad, which is still informative and enjoyable. It would be nice if they possibly interviewed more people, like politicians, healthcare workers or experts, or even just their coworkers to hear more opinions and thoughtful discussions.

Real Solutions for Addicts

I've known about the Narconon program for some time. Fortunately, I've not needed it, but I do know others who did. They went through a VERY thorough approach to the handling of addiction. I'm so glad a podcast has been created to let folks know about Narconon and about the struggles and the solutions for addiction.

Not an educated and informed discussion

I’ve listened to a few episodes and can’t stand to hear any more. The discussion regarding one substance in particular was full of misinformation that even the slightest bit of research would have shown to be misleading, at best. They basically threw out their opinions which were not based on scientifically proven facts. They discussed the effects this substance supposedly has on the body and were totally off base on what it actually does. It’s mind blowing to me that with the information that’s available and with how important this topic is that they would be so lackadaisical in their approach and presentation.

I gave the podcast two stars because I do believe they mean well, but they’ve lost all credibility with me. Anyone who listens to this podcast, please do your own research and take everything stated with a grain of salt.

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  • Category: Alternative Health
  • Language: English

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