Amazing stories from people in Recovery hosted by Aaron Laine. A unique perspective from those who struggled with drugs and changed their lives.
Do Bigger Things
Tragedy to Triumph gets flipped on its head as Matt Neumann interviews Aaron on what has changed in his life since the podcast began over 3 years ago.
Hannah Schilling shares her amazing story of recovery.
Mario Hall shares his amazing story of recovery. Having spent over 30 years addicted to cocaine, Mario missed out on tremendous opportunity to become a professional athlete. For years he had no motivation to quit using, but after an arrest uprooted his entire life he could no longer hide his addiction. It took a few tries to get it right, but today he celebrates over 16 months of sobriety and is driven by his faith in God. This is his story...
First Times a Charm with Jason Levline
Jason shares his amazing story of recovery.
Higher with Mark Levine & Matthew Gellin
In this interview Aaron sits down with Mark Levine & Matthew Gellin to discuss HIGHER their original rock musical centered around the opioid crisis and one mans journey to recovery. Higher premieres Friday October 29th at American Legacy Theatre
Legalize Heroin - Jake Bradshaw
From a regal penthouse suite overlooking the Columbus skyline Jake Bradshaw (Humans of Addiction) sits down with Aaron to discuss the failed war on drugs and why we should legalize heroin. With over 92,000 overdose deaths last year (the highest number ever recorded) we need to find new ways to curb this epidemic and keep our friends alive.
I love listening to these podcasts. The commentator,Aaron does an excellent job at choosing the stories that are interesting and no two stories are alike. Most Episodes are people in Recovery and how they got there. Unbelievable, heartfelt, touching, informative. Others are people and programs that support Recovery - police officers, doctors and moms who have lost a child. I love the variety of guests and can’t wait to hear the next episode. The main message I get is there is hope. #dobigthings #tragedy #priceless
Glad I added this channel to my library. I have listened to 2 podcasts so far and have thoroughly enjoyed both. Aaron does a great job, I am looking forward to listening to more from tragedy to triumph in the future
aaron does such a phenomenal job at talking to his guests, and the stories they tell are absolutely amazing and stunning.