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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings.

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Why did we come to Al-Anon?

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The first of six “Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting” podcasts: Why did we come to Al-Anon?

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings..

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Did we cause our loved one to drink?

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The second of six “Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting” podcasts: Did we cause our loved one to drink? If we are not the ones with the drinking problem, why are we talking about our powerlessness over alcohol? Can we control our loved one’s drinking? Can we cure our loved one’s drinking problem?

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings.

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What does it mean, our lives became unmanageable?

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The third of six “Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting” podcasts: What do we mean when we say our lives became unmanageable? Does it mean we will always feel angry or sad or depressed? Will our lives continue to be as chaotic as they are today? Is there any hope for improvement?

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings.

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Why did I feel afraid to go to my first Al-Anon meeting?

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The fourth of six “Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting” podcasts: Why did I feel afraid to go to my first Al-Anon meeting? Isn’t the drinking somebody else’s problem?

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings.

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How did I feel at my first Al-Anon meeting?

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The fifth of six “Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting” podcasts: How did I feel at my first Al-Anon meeting?

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings.

 

 

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What is the First Step in Al-Anon?

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The last of six “Introduction of Al-Anon Meeting” podcasts: What is the First Step in Al-Anon?

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This is a series of six Al-Anon Family Group podcasts, especially recorded to introduce you to Al-Anon meetings.

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National Director talks about the effects parent’s drinking has on children

An interview with Jerry Moe, National Director of Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Jerry speaks about the effects of a parent’s, or other loved one’s, drinking on their children.

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NIAAA Division Director talks about treatment options for loved ones of alcoholics

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Interview with Dr. Robert Huebner, Director of the Division of Treatment and Recovery Research at the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA).  In this interview, Dr. Huebner talks about the treatment options for alcohol use disorders, pertaining to the drinker and to the drinker’s family members and friends.

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National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Director speaks about impacts of alcoholism on family members

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An interview with Dr. George Koob, Director of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, (NIAAA).  Dr. Koob talks about research on alcohol use disorders, including alcohol abuse and alcoholism, and their impact as it relates to the drinker’s family members and friends.

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Connections between families and the Association for Addiction Professionals

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Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, Executive Director of The Association of Addiction Professionals (NAADAC). Cynthia discusses a professional’s concern for families whose loved ones have a drinking problem, and for the professionals who treat them.

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Al-Anon member shares her experiences dealing with family members’ alcoholism

Julie, an active Al-Anon member shares her experiences dealing with alcoholism in loved ones, and how Al-Anon helped.

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