Mike and Glenn grab their favorite table and dive into more listener questions. The most recent one is… “Why do I need to wait a year…. before I, change jobs, start a relationship. break off a relationship, etc.” What’s so magical about the year?
Sober.Coffee loves listener questions – Or just say HI !! Email: Podcast@Sober.Coffee
The guys discuss the world’s first “ambassador to the extraterrestrial”, how to surprise your Valentine with a moderately cool chocolate in Detroit, and the plausible deniability of a late night double waffle.
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In this episode, we talk with Matt Goff, Executive Director of Care Addiction Center discussing the different types of addiction treatments, what they are, what people do in each one of them, and how to know which one is the best fit.
You’ll learn about taking the first step with a biopsychosocial assessment, detox and substance withdrawals, and levels of treatment including the highest level of treatment – Medical Detox, followed by Inpatient or Residential, Partial Hospitalization Program (PHP) also known as Day Program, Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP), Outpatient Program, and Individual Counseling or an Aftercare Program.
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If they were in Superbad, which Bum would be Seth, who’d be Evan, and why is Frank McLovin? After getting that straightened out, the boys wonder which of them is most likely to have Autism (they’re going to take a test! Stay tuned!), and finally they hold their own personal BumTalkTM on why words are just words! Also another Would You Rather! Won’t you join us?!
In this episode we break down the power in “studying to show thyself approved.” Oftentimes many of us take what we hear from others as truth without researching things for ourselves. One of the most dangerous areas to commit this mistake in is your health, wealth and time. If anyone should be diligent about the preservation of your quality of life, it should be you.
We talk about the common misconceptions of what seems to be healthy based on smart advertising and marketing versus what is actually good for you. We share how we were able to decipher the rhetoric sabotaging the healthy food industry and ways you can avoid falling for the illusion. As brown women around the globe we are targeted continuously for our buying power.
CNN recently posted that “new data released (shows that) employers cut 140,000 jobs in December (of 2020), signaling that the economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic is backtracking. Digging deeper into the data also reveals a shocking gender gap: Women accounted for all the job losses, losing 156,000 jobs, while men gained 16,000″. This means that more women will be looking for ways to deal and cope with sudden changes in their lifestyle.
Many lean towards food consumption and engaging in health centered activities. We believe that a clear understanding of knowing who to listen to, what to believe and how to research for yourself will be vital for women in America within the coming months. Dealing with a virus that targets all people has prompted an uptick in the sale of vitamins and what is deemed “organic” and or healthy food.
As we dig deep into making this year the best possible- we want to encourage you to sit still. Don’t run from your thoughts. Pour a cup of our amazing tea and have time to and for yourself to deal with how fast this life goes by. Know that you are equipped with everything you want and need to have, be and get everything you want and need. We are here for you Brown Babe. Don’t forget to join our Facebook community to ensure you have the sisterly support you deserve and need.
We love engaging and getting questions from listeners. In this episode, Mike & Glenn do a “Rapid Fire” session focusing on 4 questions about “all things sobriety”. Feel free to connect with us with questions or just say “HEY” – Email: Podcast@Sober.Coffee
Prior to her 2019 move to Columbia, she served as Associate Director of the Program for Biomedical Ethics at Yale School of Medicine. She edited Dying in the Twenty-First Century (MIT Press, 2015) and is author of The Lost Art of Dying (HarperOne, 2020), a popular press book on the preparation for death.
1. The Lost Art of Dying: Reviving Forgotten Wisdom.
2. Dying in the Twenty-First Century: Toward a New Ethical Framework for the Art of Dying Well.
This week the Bummy Bears talk about doing things that they’re “too old” for, how tall you need to ride this ride, and then they dive (too) deep into the voices in their heads. Also! The TikTok Attractiveness Scale is BUSTED! It doesn’t work!!