This podcast is about recovery from alcoholism, drug addiction, sobriety and the journey of recovery, community and healing. The stories are inspiring, funny and touching. They will provide hope and help others to feel like they are not alone. Today is the day to start living the life of your dreams and be who you were meant to be! For more resources, visit odaatchat.com or visit us on Facebook, search ODAAT Chat Podcast
Kate Bailey - Co-Author of Love Yourself Sober
A Self Care Guide to Alcohol-Free Living for Busy Mothers
Clare Pooley - NYT Best Selling Author of “The Authenticity Project” and writing her way into sobriety
NYT Best Selling Author of “The Authenticity Project” and writing her way into sobriety
JF Benoist - Best Selling Author of “Addicted to the Monkey Mind: Change the Programming That Sabotages Your Life
Experienced Based Recovery, Reprogramming the Subconscious and Coming Back To Self
Kimberly Lorenz on Healing the Subconscious Mind
Find out how healing negative limiting beliefs can help your recovery
Pastor & Wife Share the Secret, Shed the Shame, Heal Religious Trauma and Accept Everyone
Shed the Shame, Heal Religious Trauma and Accept Everyone
Dr William Nelson, Host of Your Road to Personal Addiction Recovery Podcast
His Daughters's Heroin Addiction, Helping vs Enabling, Help for Families
Bottle, baggie or blue jeans 😂
My favorite quote is title of my review because it is always accompanied with her great giggle & makes me laugh every time I hear it(cuz I can relate). I learn something from every single episode and to the negative reviewers 🙄it’s not a A.A. meeting she can interrupt & ask questions. Podcasts are conversations & she apologizes when she does. Literally every podcast I’ve listened to there are interruptions. Thank you for the time and effort you put into this Arlina!
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With such a variety of topics and guests, it seems like whatever question I may have, Arlina has a podcast that addresses that issue.
Good podcast. Informative. I do wish the speakers could just tell their stories without interruption.