Episodes

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

Liberated libidos and a porn industry that caters to them are two reasons why women are more open about their sexuality. Yet responsibility comes with freedom. In her own words, Stephanie explains why she misused her sexuality to gain acceptance.

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

Created to express love between husband and wife, sex has been degraded to damage marriages and is a currency for unhealthy behaviors. Experts provide useful suggestions to move from inappropriate sexual activity to establish more positive behaviors.

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

In a society where a "Super Size Me' mentality are often the norm, there's a thin line between eating just enough and too much. Eating may not be about staying healthy but finding comfort. Guest Experts: Laurelle Warner & Barbara Dickinson

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

The desire to be thin at all costs is a struggle for women and men allike. In this episode, the tell-tale signs of anorexia and bulimia are explained, along with their long-term effects. Guest Experts: Laurelle Warner & Barbara Dickinson

Unhooked / April 28, 2013

Overcoming one’s addiction is not just a physical success. A complete journey to wholeness incorporates healing in the body, mind and spirit. Relying on a power greater than oneself is key.

Unhooked / June 23, 2013

Self-mutilation is a growing but underreported addiction. Addicts are often embarrassed and feel guilty, Scars are easily concealed, leading to a cover-up of the problem.

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

Addictions do not just affect one person. These unhealthy behaviors often become a tangled web of emotions and situations. Family members and friends are affected and the role they play could determine the addict's success in recovery.

Unhooked / April 21, 2013

It can be difficult to have the power to say “No!” For enablers, it’s twice as hard. Well-meaning family members and friends can often stunt the recovery progress of the addict.

Unhooked / April 10, 2014

This episode discusses codependency and its negative effects on families and its role in addictions. As codependent family members hide negative behaviors that should be confronted, no one in the family gets better.