RMA-Episode 68 Show Notes:
Happy New Year! It’s the RMA New Year’s special! This week Mike and Nat are joined by Grant Boyken, editor-at-large of the RMA newsroom, moderator of the RMA Facebook Group and the mastermind behind the preeminent recovery news website SoberliningsPlaybook.com. Grant, Mike and Nat break down the year in recovery, highlighting the stories that made news in the recovery universe and getting caught up on recent developments. There are book and movie recommendations and lively debate on topical issues. You don’t want to miss it!
Plus, the Monksters share their New Year’s resolutions and Mike and Nat talk about what’s ahead for the RMA universe in 2022. All this and more on a committed, goal-oriented, resolute episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages.
Recovery in the News:
Lawmakers want to strengthen access to non-religious substance abuse treatment services
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