Recovery in the Middle Ages-Episode 11 Show Notes:
Happy Halloween folks. Mike and Nat are back in the studio and fired up! This week the boys talk about imposter syndrome, and debate whether Nat or Mike need to re-set their sobriety counters due to their extracurricular activities over the last few days. Plus, Nat’s voyage into the world of steroid abuse and the efficacy of using alcohol to combat anxiety. Recovery in the News is all about the treatment method known as Contingency Management, and the Week in Weird asks, is there anybody out there?
All that and more on a pumped up, anxious, slightly stoned edition of Recovery in the Middle Ages.
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