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Father Roger

Priest, Retreat Master, Author, Actor, Playwright and Sinner!  Father Roger tells us his intriguing story of addiction and recovery.  Roger says, “By the age of 3 years old I needed to go on the wagon.  If they had Kiddie...

Shyness

Mike’s first time getting high was at 14 years old.  He had already been drinking with friends when he (and they) tried marijuana, thinking it would lead them to having more fun; he never intended to embark a disastrous...

Thirteen

Brianna started drinking with her cousins and friends at the age 13; getting alcohol from the Head of Police’s liquor cabinet. She always hung out with older people and dated older guys. Brianna says drugs sped up her bottom...

Teenage Husband

Daniel says he led a sheltered childhood in a Midwestern town and raised an evangelical Christian.  At the age of 15 he “escaped” to another town, leading to his first drinking experience in addition to his first...

Heroin And Dad

Nicole’s father was a heroin addict and her mother left him when she was only 3 years old. For the first 10 years of her life, Nicole watched her father struggle to get clean and sober. At 15 Nicole started drinking and...

Keep For Reference

Roberto thinks that his proclivity to clutter started as a child, where he could organize his possessions and had no help from parents or siblings.  Often his grade school textbooks would be scattered about his home as he would...

Hard To Get Rid Of

Bob can look back in his childhood and see he had a problem with collecting clutter.  His room was a mess, his toys and other childhood possessions were often scattered and piled.  His parents never enforced a ‘clean room...

Debtors’ Roundtable

Guests Wendy & Ron, both who are active members of Debtors Anonymous and who spend large amounts of time in their lives in crushing debt, addicted to spending or earning not enough, share some more tips and wisdom from their...

Accounts Unpayable

Roy is a compulsive debtor and under-earner.  His first debts were incurred during his childhood, as he would borrow a couple of dollars from his parents who never required him to repay these “loans” to their child. ...

Entitled To Spend

Wendy woke up one day to find herself in more than $19,000 in debt, months behind in rent, and reliable on her parents generosity to pay for her most basic needs. She began her adulthood in New York, surrounded by a city which he...

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