Listen to Dr. Rubin’s advice on The Jordan Harbinger Podcast!
Dr. Rubin serves as an Addiction Psychologist and consultant for The Jordan Harbinger Podcast and recently contributed to 3 episodes where listeners asked for advice related to their own or a family member’s addiction. For information on which three episodes to listen to and the questions, see below!
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Episode 671 – Aired on May 20, 2022
Go to 27:44 mark to listen to advice for a young adult wondering about habits on how to break his addiction.
Episode 679 – Aired on May 27, 2022
Go to 32:54 mark to listen to advice for a woman wondering how she can maintain a healthy relationship with her mom without letting her mom’s addiction get in the way.
Episode 699 – Aired on July 15, 2022
Go to 36:55 mark to listen to advice for a young man wondering how to tell his employer that he needs to go to rehab.
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