The Addictionary Podcast

#127 PART IX of Altered States: Don’t Slay Your Dragons, Be Your Dragons with Kathleen Oh!

August 4, 2019

#127 PART IX of Altered States: It's Don't Slay Your Dragons, Be Your Dragons with Kathleen Oh! Kathleen and Maegan have an in-depth conversation about seeing dragons (not under the influence of substances!), managing a food and drug addiction, microdosing, codependency, rejecting religion, sexual abuse, and so much more! Tune in now for a unique edition of our Altered States series! Want to receive a free 30-minute coaching session with Kathleen? Visit and tell 'em Maegan and Bobby sent ya! Learn more about the services Kathleen has to offer by visiting now!


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