The Bubble Hour S9E8 Dr Alice Kerby

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2021/03/01/dr-alice-kerby Dr Alice Kerby is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, Health Consultant, Holistic Health Practitioner, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner in training. She uses her decades of experience and training  to focus on the stress response from an autonomic nervous system and physiological perspective.She helps her clients to identify areas where they feel stuck, and provides … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S9E8 Dr Alice Kerby

The Bubble Hour S9E7 Séan McCann and Andrea Aragon

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2021/02/16/sean-mccann-and-andrea-aragon Séan McCann and Andrea Aragon co-wrote their story of marriage and recovery in the memoir, “One Good Reason.”  Séan McCann rose to fame as a founding member of the multimillion-selling folk group Great Big Sea. For two decades they reigned as Canada's best-loved party band, but all of that performing and partying allowed Séan’s alcoholism to flourish in … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S9E7 Séan McCann and Andrea Aragon

The Bubble Hour S9 E6 Deb’s Story

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2021/02/09/debs-story-sober-life-with-bpd Looking back, Deb can see that she was self-medicating mental health problems with alcohol. When she entered a partial hospitalization program to assess and treat her symptoms of anxiety and depression, it was necessary to address the issue of alcohol use disorder that had developed as a result.  She describes quitting alcohol as 'low hanging … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S9 E6 Deb’s Story

The Bubble Hour S9E5 Kelly’s Story

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2021/02/01/kellys-story Kelly created a self-image as a party girl that became eventually an uncomfortable way to live. Self-centered partners who also drank problematically appeared one after another. She leaned on others for her self-worth and thought, “if you like me then I’m less broken." Now she realizes that her biggest relationship problem was with herself. Today Kelly is standing in … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S9E5 Kelly’s Story

The Bubble Hour S9E4 Matt Salis

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2021/01/25/matt-salis Matt Salis shares his story and insights on recovery. Matt and his wife Sheri have co-authored a book about marriage and recovery, Sober Evolution: Evolve into Sobriety and Recover Your Alcoholic Marriage. They also host a podcast together called UnToxicated. Visit www.soberevolution.org to learn more about their work, download free resources, and connect to Matt's blog Sober and … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S9E4 Matt Salis

The Bubble Hour S9E3 Nichol’s Story

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2021/01/18/nichols-story As a little girl, Nichol was not protected the way a child should be. The abuse she suffered left emotional wounds that she kept hidden from the world. Through her teens and adult years, she leaned on alcohol to cope and, despite a strong work ethic and deep love for her daughters, dependency unfolded. … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S9E3 Nichol’s Story

The Bubble Hour S8E48 Darcy’s Story

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2020/12/29/darcys-story Darcy noticed she was becoming increasingly reliant on alcohol to relax after her twin boys were born. Then came the double trauma of a miscarriage followed by a devastating decision to end another ill-fated pregnancy.  Darcy tried to push through her emotions, carrying on with her job and meeting the demands of parenting her young … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S8E48 Darcy’s Story

The Bubble Hour S8 E47 Kathy L

https://www.blogtalkradio.com/bubblehour/2020/12/21/kathy-l Kathy's busy, active life was disrupted abruptly when her husband was diagnosed with a dibilitating and ultimately fatal disease at a young age. The stress of being a caregiver led her to lean on alcohol and the pattern continued into her second marriage, which also ended in tragic loss. Grief and lonliness fuelled Kathy's reliance … Continue reading The Bubble Hour S8 E47 Kathy L