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The Connection the Addict Craves | Jason Hyland | TEDxBostonCollege

Jason Hyland speaks about being a voice for the drug epidemic, showing what is possible even for people struggling currently or in early recovery. Being a former addict himself, Jason uses his personal experience to give a unique perspective of grit and self-empowerment.

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Broken: My Story of Addiction and Redemption

William Cope Moyers spiraled into a crack-cocaine binge that threatened to destroy his life. After multiple attempts at rehabilitation, Moyers was finally able to recover from his addiction and make sobriety the center of his life. Moyers discussed his story.

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The Moyers' Journey from Addiction to Recovery

Bill and Judith Moyers and their son William Cope Moyers shared their personal story of addiction and recovery with moderator Max Sherman.

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William Cope Moyers Staying Sober

William Cope Moyers on staying sober.

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"Sustainable Recovery" - William Moyers | Recovery Reinvented 2017

William C. Moyers is the vice president of public affairs and community relations for Hazelden Betty Ford, based in Minnesota. As the organization's public advocate since 1996, Moyers carries the messages about addiction, treatment and recovery to audiences across the nation.

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Brené Brown: The Quest for True Belonging | Chase Jarvis Live

In today’s episode: We talk about how divisive times are good breeding grounds for good art and how that art may be just what we need to form stronger connections between us. Art can save us. Brené has such a unique way of talking about valuing your work. Have a strong back and a soft front.

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