Oops I Did It Again! ¡GetSmart! with Erin Moore Relapse Spectacular!

RMA-Episode 44 Show Notes:

 

Relapse is a part of recovery. Or is it? This one little statement has engendered a fair amount of controversy and consternation in the recovery community. This week on a special episode of RMA, Erin Moore talks about her own pandemic relapse, how it happened and how she pulled out of the nosedive before crashing into the rocks. 

 

Plus, it’s been a busy week in the RMA universe , so join Mike and Nat as they embark on a patriotic, explosive, freedom-filled episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages.

 

Connect with Erin Moore on the RMA facebook page, or at her webpage:

 

https://fallingphoenix.com/

Recovery in the News:

 

Sha’Carri Richardson, a Track Sensation, Tests Positive for Marijuana

The Week in Weird:

 

Want to buy a haunted Scottish village for less than 200k?

 

Prancercize:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-50GjySwew

 

Hobby-Horse Championship-Finland 2019

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2JTB7m_VRzs

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