Outlining the family journey and sharing experiences for those with loved ones in active addiction or fighting addiction in a recovery program. The host Hank has a loved one who has battled drug addiction and uses candor, real examples, and humor to share a story that is real and hopeful - and always genuine.
Episode 63 - An Unexpected Weekend
Hi folks-as I outlined in this quick head podcast just about 10 minutes long, I had a event or two to go to this week that was attentionally going to be very challenging from an emotional standpoint, however ended up being really rewarding and fun with real connections
062 - End of Year Thoughts
A quick wrap up on observations from prior year and the road ahead for those of us working with Recovery and Recover related issues
061- I’m just starting to understand....
I’m just rocking a short podcast here as I begin to understand a little bit more about substance misuse disorder
060 - Walking Our Own Journey
Hi folks, this is just a morning reflections on the Week ahead and the perspective of what we can and cannot control. I also touch on the billion dollar lottery That I have zero chance of winning. Have a great day
059 - The Parent Is Not in Control
Hi folks this is just a quick 10 minute episode letting you know about how I have dealt with my own desire to control things relating to my loved ones addiction issues. While I would never tell someone how they have to be with their own loved one, I am very aware of how little control I have had as I attempted to exert my will over their issues
058 - Knowing Yourself
A short story about facing your inner demons, Tony Romo QB, And moving forward in life
Where’d you go?
Great podcast. I love how you just talk to us like you would anyone else. I am concerned because you’ve disappeared. I hope all is ok with you and your family.
Practical Advice for Parents
Each podcast Hank gives authentic, practical, real world advice for parents of children battling addiction. Five stars all the way. Thank you Hank!
You really give the addict a bad rap
Why would we want to change?