“In this podcast, we talk about my experience playing college football while attempting to manage a drug habit, an encounter with a 4 month state of psychosis, and a heavy period of heroin addiction…” Continue reading Taking the Face Mask Off w/ Adam Abramowitz
“Yesterday, I was a guest on a podcast for the first time…”
I couldn’t sleep. Every few minutes my eyes would look towards the phone to see if she saw the message I had sent. My mind ran circles around pain… Continue reading A Warm Bed in a Cold Room
“If you spend enough time in and around 12 step meetings, you’ll assume the narratives of other people.
You’ll regurgitate their beliefs, rather than your own.
We’ll say we never had a choice, and looking back, we’ll realize we really didn’t…” Continue reading We Have a Choice
For 4 months, I traveled the country while Eminem, 50 Cent, and Brad Nowell communicated with me through AM radio stations.
I had a mission, I had a plan, and I had a purpose.
I was supposed to be an artist. Continue reading Psychosis
I guess its just sadness.
That feeling when you wake up in bed and your eyes are open and you’re at your parents house and don’t have a job and you’re 29 years old and you’re just like…
Is this real life? Continue reading I Don’t Know What it Is
We started this episode talking about her life, a journey that brought her to communicate with a son she believed she would never meet.
24 hours after her mother’s passing, the child Debbie placed for adoption 37 years ago got in touch with her…
This is Inside the Minds Eye with Debbie Loshbough Continue reading Inside the Minds Eye w/ Debbie Loshbough
I shared in an AA meeting. The topic for the group was Higher Power (“God”).
I put my iPhone down, pressed (record), and joined the discussion: Continue reading “God” is Irrelevant (AA Share #1)
My “reality” is a daily attempt to understand the perspective of those who suffer.
And most of the people I engage with lack mindfulness.
It’s not their fault either…
Being mindful is not natural. Continue reading Well Shit…After This: I’m Done
During a state of psychosis, I tried to be a rapper.
I believed it was my life’s purpose, I believed it was my destiny…I believed I had been bestowed with the gift of flow and my duty, nay, my entire reason for existence, was to record an EP, become a rock star, and change the world.
I had never even performed on stage… Continue reading Let it Flow