Recovery in the Middle Ages - Two Middle-Aged Suburban Dads Talk About Recovering From Addiction to Drugs & Alcohol.
We Talk Turkey & Review Matthew Perry’s Addiction Memoir, ”Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing”
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RMA-Episode 96 Show Notes:
RMA-Episode 96: Friends, Lovers and the Big Terrible Thing-This week, Mike and Nat review the new Matthew Perry autobiography and try to pull some whiz-bangs out of Chandler’s recovery musings. We also share Thanksgiving stories, and Recovery in the News makes a triumphant return.
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