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We are here to normalize recovery.

Recovery Lab Normalizing Recovery

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We are here to normalize recovery.

    Behind the Curtain of the Recovery Lab Podcast with Drew Hassin and Daniel Anderson. Episode 72.

    Behind the Curtain of the Recovery Lab Podcast with Drew Hassin and Daniel Anderson. Episode 72.

    In this special episode of the Recovery Lab Podcast, your hosts Drew Hassin and Daniel Anderson pull back the curtain to reveal the inner workings of the show. Dive deep into the journey of the Recovery Lab Podcast, from its inception to where it stands today. Drew and Daniel share the challenges and triumphs they've encountered along the way, the lessons learned, and how the podcast has evolved over time. Discover the rewarding aspects of creating content that resonates with their audience, the impact it has had on their personal and professional growth, and the unexpected ways it has contributed to the recovery community. This behind-the-scenes look offers an intimate glimpse into the dedication and passion that goes into each episode, making the Recovery Lab Podcast a beacon of hope and inspiration for many. Join us for an episode that celebrates the power of storytelling, community, and the transformative journey of recovery. Drew Hassin Daniel Anderson Audio Alchemy Productions

    • 51 min
    Episode #71: Transformational Healing with Matt Milliman - A Mercy House Perspective

    Episode #71: Transformational Healing with Matt Milliman - A Mercy House Perspective

    In this compelling 71st episode of the Recovery Lab Podcast, we have the honor of featuring Matt Milliman, the esteemed Executive Director/CEO of Mercy House Adult & Teen Challenge, a beacon of hope for those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. With Drew Hassin away, Stacey Leggitt steps in as our insightful co-host alongside Daniel Anderson, to delve into the powerful stories of transformation, the unique approach Mercy House employs in aiding recovery, and the impactful leadership of Matt Milliman in navigating the challenges and triumphs in the realm of addiction treatment. Tune in for this not-to-be-missed conversation on healing, hope, and the journey to recovery. Audio Alchemy Productions Stacy Leggett Matt Milliman Daniel Anderson Drew Hassin

    • 1 hr
    Embracing the Recovery Journey: Insights and Inspirations from Kirby Wilson. Episode #70

    Embracing the Recovery Journey: Insights and Inspirations from Kirby Wilson. Episode #70

    Join hosts Drew Hassan and Daniel Anderson on episode 70 of the Recovery Lab podcast as they welcome guest, Kirby Wilson. A survivor and an influential figure in the recovery community, Kirby takes us through the turning points of his recovery journey - a journey that began in 2008. Sharing insightful and powerful stories of his recovery, Kirby reflects on the choices, challenges, and self-discoveries that have shaped his path.Drawing an analogy to an onion's layers, Kirby explores the ongoing work of recovery, highlighting the courage needed to confront and digest buried childhood trauma and unexpected emotional hurdles. Kirby's story stands as a testament to human resilience and the significance of community and connection in aiding recovery. Moreover, this episode brings to light the shifting landscape of drug abuse, with the increasing presence of dangerous substances and how it impacts choice-making during active addiction stages.In this deeply personal and transformative conversation, both Kirby and Daniel reiterate the idea of embracing the recovery journey for its growth and self-discovery opportunities, rather than fixating solely on the end-goal of sobriety. Kirby articulates how important it was to realize that peace and serenity were not instant rewards of sobriety but required consistent commitment to the practices that led to recovery. Experiencing joy on this healthy path and learning to find peace amid adversities becomes a highlight of this conversation.The discussion moves forward accentuating the value of accountability and community within recovery programs and the sense of belonging they provide. Daniel shares an impactful experience from his past that spurred his commitment to sobriety, reminding listeners of the importance of addressing all aspects of life during recovery. The episode leaves listeners with the strong message that despite its challenges, the recovery journey, aided by effort, resilience, and support, is undoubtedly a beacon of hope and a path worth taking.This episode is not just a deep dive into the realm of addiction recovery; it's also a profound exploration of internal struggles, the power of personal choices, and the ongoing journey of rediscovery. All while highlighting powerful resources like Alcoholics Anonymous and the importance of supportive connections. Ultimately, this episode is a must-listen for anyone in or contemplating addiction recovery, offering hope, strength, and insights for those on this challenging, yet rewarding journey.

    • 54 min
    Harnessing Spirituality, Accountability and Gratitude in Addiction Recovery

    Harnessing Spirituality, Accountability and Gratitude in Addiction Recovery

    Dive into the profound venture towards sobriety with hosts Drew Hasson and Daniel Anderson in the Recovery Lab Podcast. This episode unveils the transformative power of sober living, spirituality, accountability, and gratitude in addiction recovery. Discover how sobriety is a journey to a more fulfilling, purposeful life, not just an escape from addiction.Explore the diverse and profound approaches towards recovery that go beyond the conventional realms of organized religions, touching upon a personal relationship with a higher power or spirituality. The hosts shed light on the real-life challenges encountered during recovery and the pivotal role of admitting defeat, embracing help, and letting go of control.The conversation delves deep into the essence of accountability and self-ownership, asserting that liberation begins with acknowledging our role in our own problems and resentments. Learn how shifting from victimhood to gratitude brings about an attitude transformation, leading to personal growth and higher chances of successful recovery.From tracing back to the roots of our issues, celebrating minor wins, to beautifully managing hard knocks of life - this episode underscores the need to stay humble, grounded, and perpetually thankful.By incorporating real-life experiences and practical advice, Drew and Daniel create a thought-provoking dialogue on overcoming addiction. This episode is an inspiration for acknowledging the worth of a sober life and persistently fighting for it.

    • 57 min
    Christina Dent. Episode #68

    Christina Dent. Episode #68

    Drew Hassin and Daniel Anderson welcome the founder and president of End It For Good, Christina Dent. She shares her experience, strength, and hope surrounding her experience with addiction and helping those in need. Audio Alchemy Productions

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Connection is the opposite of addiction. Episode #67

    Connection is the opposite of addiction. Episode #67

    On today's episode of the Recovery Lab podcast, Daniel Anderson is joined by AnnaLyn Whitt and her team, Logan Nalker, and Brian Kenner, to talk about what they are doing to strengthen communities in southwest Mississippi. We will be talking all things harm reduction and connection. Drew Hassin is under the weather today. Special thanks to Stacy Leggett for co-hosting today. @AudioAlchemyProductions
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    • 1 hr

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