I had to complain about the Truth Initiative because they're advertising on one of the podcasts I listen to. So that's what this week is about.
Working on my comedy; moderation; my issue with amends; be lame.
This episode starts off with me talking about having a fun day on the lake, but I make my way into combining a NY state of mind with southern hospitality, and I ultimately end up talking about how people don't do their jobs. Full on old man, I swear.
I actually answer an FAQ from the government drug abuse website, and while I do it, you can hear my cats fight in the background. Worth it.
What do you do when your addiction becomes appealing again?
Salt and pepper shakers; Opioid crisis; Everything is complicated.
Let's see if this episode gets more listens than last week. I feel like the word "poker" in the subject line disinterested some of you...or you still think you're good at and can't be told otherwise...who knows.
This episode I ramble about my week and then talk about the judgment that comes with being in recovery, and how I'm not anti-drug/anti-alcohol just because I'm sober.
I connect our society's problems with authenticity with a lie we told ourselves starting in 2003.
Changes and lessons due to a year of pandemic and quarantine.
elliptical; self-checkout; social media; daydreaming.