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A new magazine-style 12-part series that tells the story of a nation and a world in rapid transition featuring original commissions and performances from some of the UK’s most exciting names in contemporary arts and entertainment. That Podcast is a co-production between Storyglass and ETT. Executive Producers: Robert Delamere & Richard Twyman, Commissioning Editor: Jennifer Bakst, Producers: Andrew Hughes & Sarah Jane Murray, Series Producer: Ben Walker.
 
The Addicted Mind Podcast is about understanding addiction from a research and treatment perspective. We will dive into what drives the addictive process, explore the latest research on addiction, and talk about the latest addiction treatment options. We will also explore what recovery from addiction looks like from a variety of different people. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction then The Addicted Mind Podcast can help.
 
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Being in the restaurant industry, serving alcohol is such a big part of it. It’s intended to create an experience, just like the food, music, and the interior of the space. But if you're struggling with alcohol or drugs, it would be such a hard industry to be in because you're going to be around those all the time. In fact, about 17% to 24% of rest…
 
What happens when your pain is greater than your fears? On this episode, Duane speaks with Recovery Pastor Craig Brown and author of the book, Stop Hiding, Start Healing. Craig shares his recovery journey coming out of an abusive, dysfunctional family and how he peeled off the layers of his pain, shame, and guilt, and finally found freedom again on…
 
Addictions are many things. But to simplify, they represent parts of our personalities that are out of balance. They represent a part of our body, mind, soul, or spirit that needs a lot of attention and that perhaps was neglected in childhood. As we continue using external substances, these imbalances get louder and louder until they have to be dea…
 
When we are in deep pain or we have these hardships in our life, we have to learn how to transmute them and turn them into something different – not just overcoming it. As for KL Wells, she decided to transmute her pain into service by helping others whose loved ones are struggling with addiction. KL is a businesswoman and she has a 30-year-old son…
 
For most people who get into recovery, at some point, food and sugar become an issue in their life. It serves as a secondary feel-good mechanism when they're not feeling great. But why is sugar so appealing? Why do some people struggle so much with it that it causes problems in their life? On today’s episode of The Addicted Mind Podcast, Duane spea…
 
Mindfulness – everybody hears about it and they have all kinds of ideas of what mindfulness is. A lot of times, they think it's this really complicated thing and that you have to do the whole kung fu thing to be mindful. But you don't have to. On today’s episode, Duane carries an inspiring conversation with Janet Fouts, the author of Microdosed Min…
 
Our guest today is AdaPia d'Errico and she is going to talk about intuition and paying attention to our authentic self. Her book is titled Productive Intuition: Connecting To The Subtle. Often, our intuition and our authentic self can be very subtle and difficult to pay attention to, especially if we've struggled with trauma and hardship. AdaPia is…
 
THAT PODCAST... where we say goodbye to those we have lost, and talk about grief and healing – PART TWO In Part 2, host Remona Aly tries to see the bigger picture, looking at what we can learn from those that have experienced grief from a different perspective. We also look to the younger generation to see what grief for a lost future looks like, a…
 
THAT PODCAST... where we say goodbye to those we have lost, and talk about grief and healing – PART 1 Hosted by Remona Aly, the final episode of the series looks at what we have lost over the last year. Exploring how we can talk about feelings of loss and grief, and the rituals that can help us to say goodbye. Part 1 features personal accounts from…
 
Why is addiction so hard to control? Does that mean addiction can’t be treated? On today’s episode of The Addicted Mind Podcast, Duane talks to Dr. Paul Kaloostian. Dr. Paul Kaloostian is a neurosurgeon in Los Angeles as well as an author. His books include The Young Neurosurgeon: Lessons from My Patients and two different poetry books, From The Ey…
 
THAT PODCAST... in which the truth is out there, we jump down the conspiracy theory rabbit hole, let A.I. run our lives for a while, and wonder if democracy stands a chance - PART TWO In Part 2, host Terry Gilliam discussed A.I. with Dr Cathy O’Neil and democracy with Open Democracy’s Mary Fitzgerald. This part also features original work by writer…
 
THAT PODCAST... in which the truth is out there, we jump down the conspiracy theory rabbit hole, let A.I. run our lives for a while, and wonder if democracy stands a chance - PART ONE From one epic twist to the next, from cliff-hanger to nail-biter, the last year has tested anyone’s suspension of disbelief in reality. Perhaps it is not surprising t…
 
People going through addiction recovery deal with feelings of shame, guilt, and unworthiness that no one else can understand unless they’ve gone through a similar situation. However, if someone comes to them at their level, they can automatically pull some of that shame away. This is where peer specialists can help people through addiction treatmen…
 
THAT PODCAST... where we feel the pull of Wanderlust and travel the world with our imaginations, and also sometimes our feet – PART TWO Following the flights of fancy and fantasy of part 1, host Nish Kumar interrogates some of the more difficult aspects of travel in a pandemic as he considers those whose journeys are to seek refuge and asylum, the …
 
THAT PODCAST... where we feel the pull of Wanderlust and travel the world with our imaginations, and also sometimes our feet – PART ONE In March 2020, the world stopped. We went from being a peripatetic society of nomads to a society locked down… Instead, we started travelling with our imaginations. Host Nish Kumar invites you to join him as he emb…
 
On today’s episode of The Addicted Mind Podcast, Duane talks with relationship maven Abby Medcalf. Abby is a psychologist, author, podcast host, and a TEDx speaker. Abby is the author of the #1 Amazon best-selling book, Be Happily Married: Even If Your Partner Won't Do A Thing and host of the top-rated Relationships Made Easy Podcast. Abby is in lo…
 
THAT PODCAST... where we rely on the kindness of strangers and wonder if, generally, we’re good people (or not so much) – PART TWO Host Chris McCausland returns to the subject of isolation and relying on the kindness of strangers in the pandemic, and discovers that whilst this felt like new territory for many of us, there is a portion of the popula…
 
THAT PODCAST... where we rely on the kindness of strangers and wonder if, generally, we’re good people (or not so much) – PART ONE Lockdown made us all pioneers in a brave new world of digital socialising - and increasingly, interaction with perfect strangers. From QuarantineChat to neighbourhood WhatsApp groups, we started building new local and i…
 
What most people don't realize about addiction, whether it’s to alcohol, drugs, shopping, overeating, or porn, is that it’s not the core of the problem. The addicted person just uses it to cope with their real problem: their addicted mind or funky brain. For recovery to happen, people need to change their thinking to grow to new levels of awareness…
 
THAT PODCAST... in which we look at rituals, relationships, sex, and bodies, and which is definitely NSFW so don’t listen with your kids – PART TWO Host Desiree Burch returns to her examination of how sex and intimacy got knotted up with a pandemic, dick pics and how lockdown has affected sex workers. Part 2 of the episode features writer-performer…
 
THAT PODCAST... in which we look at rituals, relationships, sex, and bodies, and which is definitely NSFW so don’t listen with your kids – PART ONE A global pandemic is far from an aphrodisiac. How does shifting the satisfaction of our sexual needs to a digital plane change this most intimate and physical of acts? From couples revealing the rituals…
 
When a partner has a substance use disorder, there's a lot of mistrust. There's a lot of lying and hiding which damages the intimacy, connection, and faith in the relationship. Afterward, all of that has to be repaired. When you’re in recovery and in a relationship, the person with the addiction, the partner, and the relationship all need recoverin…
 
THAT PODCAST... where Keanu Reeves saves us all using the power of dreams, and we take some LSD in order to confront the unconfrontable things in life – PART TWO Following our deep dive into pandemic-influenced dreams in Part 1, host Sophie Duker looks into how hallucinogenic-influenced altered states might help to cure PTSD, and confronts the trau…
 
THAT PODCAST... where Keanu Reeves saves us all using the power of dreams, and we take some LSD in order to confront the unconfrontable things in life – PART ONE In a time when people have been haunted by pandemic-influenced dreams (a weird amount of which seem to feature Keanu Reeves battling Coronavirus), host Sophie Duker delves into the weird a…
 
You could be suffering from chronic stress without knowing it. Alternatively, you might know it but are just so used to it that you think it’s normal. Well, it’s not normal. You have to act on it before it takes a toll on your health and happiness. We have many different stressors in life. The human alarm is in the brain but we are wired to ignore …
 
THAT PODCAST... EPISODE 0: Hip-Hop MC, writer, theatre maker and world record breaking human beatboxer Testament performs his spoken word piece ZERO, as a teaser for THAT PODCAST - a series which tells the story of a nation and world in rapid transition. Testament’s work celebrates our fundamental need for storytelling, and reflects how we view the…
 
Addiction is a response to pain and trauma. Reaching out and making yourself vulnerable is challenging when you've been traumatized. You may not trust people and you may not trust the process. So what needs to be done to discharge the trauma off your body and break free from the symptoms – addiction being one of them? In this episode, Duane talks w…
 
You’ve probably heard of someone who’s suffered from chronic pain, gone to doctors, ran all the tests necessary, and surprisingly, none of the doctors could actually diagnose the problem. Andrew Hahn, Founder of Life Centered Therapy, joins today’s episode to explain how chronic pain, limiting beliefs, and even addictions are not physical in nature…
 
You could be raised by parents who are very nice people and they may not have any drinking or drug use issues. They could be super religious. But that doesn’t guarantee it’s going to save you from drug addiction or alcoholism. It's perfectly acceptable to ask for prayers if somebody is sick. But what happens when you do a repeated bad behavior that…
 
Recovery is not one size fits all. It is also not a one-and-done situation. Rather, recovery is a process and a journey. When someone gets sober and begins recovery, they are just starting to walk down the path of healing. Many of their previous feelings and temptations may continue to come up. However, they are gradually learning the tools they ne…
 
Sometimes you have to fight fire with fire. That cliche is true even (and sometimes especially) when dealing with addiction. Today’s guest is a prime example. David Poses is the author of The Weight of Air: A Story About the Lies of Addiction and the Truth of Recovery. In this memoir, David covers his heroin addiction and how he used buprenorphine …
 
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