The Rehab Racket hits a new low – look at this headline from the latest Addiction/Recovery e-Bulletin:
No kidding…and that’s just the warm up act for the hottest collection of the weird, wonderful, inspirational and off the wall and hot off the e-presses news from the obsessive compulsive world of overpriced drugs, under-loved users, exalted losers and profit crazed pharmaceutical companies. Other thrill packed stories in the latest e-Bulletin include:
How Big Pharma got addicted to Big Profits
Women Recovering from Human Trafficking AND Addiction
Recovery and Sobriety During Quarantine
The Importance of Getting Someone off Drugs
Social Distancing — A Wet Blanket Between the Sheets
As if being gay in Minnesota wasn’t tough enough…
Letting go of Grief: Distorted Security in Familiar Pain
Playboy model,clothed in the garb of sincerity, expresses gratitude of sobriety.
Danny Trejo packs a humanitarian wallop in every taco!
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