TDH Voice

TDH Voice

Almost 21 million Americans struggle with substance addiction but there are much more who are struggling peripherally. Parents, children, friends, spouses, and colleagues - as a society we are all affected in one way or another. TDH Voice is a twice-monthly podcast all about addiction from every perspective of what is being referred to as the most pressing health crisis of our time. Join us as we talk with people in recovery, those who love them, as well as those who inspire and cultivate change in a world that desperately needs it.... Show More

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November 14, 2018 23 min
Marnie Rae is a proud working mom of three. She got sober about 15 years ago only to find that sober entertaining was incredibly difficult. She grew more than disappointed in her dining experiences whether at 5-star restaurants or bars. Why did none of these otherwise amazing establishments offer options to people who - for whatever reason - opted not to drink? So she decided to do something about it.
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October 31, 2018 29 min
Men drink more than women but women tend to be more outspoken about their sobriety or recovery overall - especially on social media. We reached out to sober influencer, Austin Cooper of Sober Evolution to ask what he thought.
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Laura Silverman is a sober blogger, influencer, and recovery advocate behind The Sobriety Collective, a blog that highlights creatives in recovery. She got sober when she was 24 she's been sober for 11 years! She joined us last week to share about her experience being a young sober
person, what it's like maintaining a social life as well as a healthy recovery, and how she deals with imposter syndrome.
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September 19, 2018 16 min
It all started with an article that went viral. Now Amy Morin is an accomplished author in her field, she's written several books based on that article, and she's lead a Ted Talk on the same topic. Now she's on our show to talk about FOMO (the fear of missing out), the impact of social media on our mental wellness, and the difference between mental strength and mental health.
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September 5, 2018 12 min
Joy is a mother of three and married to the love of her life. Both of her parents were addicts, the men she had relationships with were alcoholics, and though Joy never had first-hand experience with addiction, it seemed to follow her and shape her throughout her entire life. Joy's story is a personal account of how addiction pervasively touches not just the person who uses or drinks but anyone and everyone related to that pers...
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Erin Shaw Street wants to change the way we talk about drinking. She started a project in January called Tell Better Stories 2018, to encourage anyone who posts anything online to be more mindful of the messaging around alcohol. She joined us on the podcast to talk about what she's been up to and how you can participate.
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August 8, 2018 10 min
Alcohol gave Kevan what he had always been looking for. It was a social glue that allowed him to feel like he belonged. But what started out as fun turned into an addiction that threatened to take away everything he ever truly wanted. Kevan's mother, Susan, joins the show as well to shed her perspective on their shared experience.
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July 26, 2018 2 min
Almost 21 million Americans struggle with substance addiction first-hand
but there is also a lot of people struggling peripherally.

Ask around. Everyone knows at least one person in their life who has cared about someone addicted to drugs or alcohol. Be it parents, children, friends, spouses, or colleagues - whether we are conscious of it or not - as a society we are all affected in one way or another.

Perhaps in what may be seen as...
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What does drinking have to do with female empowerment and feminism? We ask author Sarah Hepola to share her perspective on how society and pop culture influence women who drink dangerously.

Sarah has written an incredible memoir, Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget, that has placed her among the ranks of authors like Caroline Knapp and one of my personal favorites, Cheryl Strayed. Her essays have appeared in New York ...
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Welcome to part two of two of our interview with Bucky Sinister, author of the recovery book Get Up: A 12-Step Guide to Recovery for Misfits, Freaks & Weirdos. We sat down to talk with Bucky about his experience with PTSD and addiction, his journey to sobriety, and the pitfalls of toxic masculinity within the recovery community.
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Welcome to part one of two of our interview with Bucky Sinister, author of the recovery book Get Up: A 12-Step Guide to Recovery for Misfits, Freaks & Weirdos. We sat down to talk with Bucky about his experience with PTSD and addiction, his journey to sobriety, and the pitfalls of toxic masculinity within the recovery community.
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You've probably heard addiction referred to as a family disease. You've probably also heard endless stories of how addiction tears families apart. Maegan and Bobby are living proof of that truth. As a father, Bobby struggled with alcohol and drugs while a young Maegan watched on only to later in life come to battle her own addiction. Their dependence on drugs and alcohol could have torn them both down and pulled their famil...
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May 30, 2018 15 min
When Chelsea got arrested she was given a choice a lot of people in recovery have had to make; go to jail or go to rehab and get some help. It took a couple of relapses, and a lot of will but Chelsea has since left her life of drugs and alcohol behind. Instead, she has embarked on a journey of self-discovery, hope, and belonging. We sat down with her to hear her story and what she has learned over the last eight months of living cl...
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May 16, 2018 9 min
It’s been almost 15 years since Facebook ignited a social media revolution. Just enough time for us to begin to see the impact social media has left on our mental wellness and on society as a whole.
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How does society glamorize female drinking? We ask Laura Silverman and Sarah Hepola to share their perspective on boozy yoga and feminism.
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