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Right Mind Media is an award-winning media group dedicated to addiction and mental health awareness. We've interviewed hundreds of specialists and people in recovery from across the country to create over 50 hours (and counting) of award winning podcasts on addiction and mental health.
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May 23, 2017

A recent study has shown that attorneys experience alcohol use disorders at a higher rate than any other professional population.  Author and lawyer Lisa Smith joins us to help explain the details of the study, share her own story of addiction and recovery, and reveal the barriers lawyers face in getting help.

May 10, 2017

With a famous last name and a successful career as a lawyer, Brian Cuban was able to hide his clinical depression and alcohol and cocaine addictions—for a while.  In his new book, Brian looks back on his journey with honesty, compassion, and humor as he reflects both on what he has learned about himself, his career choice and how the legal profession enables addiction. 

May 4, 2017

Psychologist Ty Tashiro unpacks decades of research in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and sociology to help us better understand what it means to be awkward. He considers how awkward people view our complex world and delivers a welcome, counterintuitive message: the same characteristics that make people socially clumsy can be harnessed to produce remarkable achievements.

May 4, 2017

Psychologist and author Ty Tashiro joins us to talk about his new book AWKWARD.  In it, he unpacks decades of research in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and sociology to help us better understand this widely shared trait and its origins. He considers how awkward people view our complex world and explains how they can more comfortably navigate it, and delivers a welcome, counterintuitive message: the same characteristics that make people socially clumsy can be harnessed to produce remarkable achievements.

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