Nov 17
The Primary Addiction
We've talked about addiction a lot. It impacts so many lives, not only the addict but their loved ones, taking on a variety of forms from alcoholism, to drug addiction, to unhealthy relationships and many more.

Today we're talking with Marilyn Bradford, founder of Right Recovery for You, about the Bradford System of Right Recovery. Starting with Marilyn's own history of addiction, we talk about the contradictions she felt about today's gold standards for addiction recovery that led her to develop an alternative way of handling addiction and recovery.

Some of the information is likely very controversial to addiction and recovery professionals but the conversation is compelling and speaks to the heart of core issues for those who become addicted. Such an important topic and one that I hope is thought provoking and gets additional conversations started!

For more information about the Bradford System of Right Recovery and Marilyn's work, please visit www.thebradfordsystemofrightrecovery.com.

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