Episodes

Unhooked / 103 LIKES

Abuse of prescription pills is growing and no addict looks alike. In this episode of Unhooked, the tell-tale signs of prescription pill addiction are outlined, along with ways to find help.

Unhooked / 101 LIKES

There is a seemingly endless list of addictions and unhealthy behaviors. However, there are many common responses to addictive substances and unhealthy behaviors.

Unhooked / 96 LIKES

Gambling provides high stakes for winning but the stakes for addiction are even greater. In this episode, the euphoric high of winning is discussed, along with the effect losing has on one’s financial, emotional and physical health.

Unhooked / 90 LIKES

Some say relapse is part of recovery. Yet it matters not how many times one falls but how many times one gets up. In this episode of Unhooked, the topic of managing relapse is discussed, along with positive ways to help the addict through relapse.

Unhooked / 90 LIKES

Hallucinations. Psychosis. Loss of contact with reality. In this episode of Unhooked, the possible effects of psychoactive drugs are examined.

Unhooked / 89 LIKES

Many teenagers and young adults dabble in drugs in elementary school, often becoming full-blown addicts in high school. This episode of Unhooked discusses the telltale signs that signal troubles in a young person’s life.

Unhooked / 87 LIKES

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 / 49 LIKES

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 / 47 LIKES

Environments don’t always determine the outcome of one’s life but they definitely have an effect. In this episode of Unhooked, learn how certain environments can encourage and perpetuate a cycle of unhealthy behaviors.