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NICU Nurse Struggles, Family, and Husband’s Addictions

October 6, 2021

Episode Description

The Dr. John Delony Show is a caller-driven show that offers real people a chance to be heard as they struggle with relationship issues and mental health challenges. John will give you practical advice on how to connect with people, how to take the next right step when you feel frozen, and how to cut through the depression and anxiety that can feel so overwhelming. You are not alone in this battle. You are worth being well—and it starts by focusing on what you can control.

Show Notes for this Episode

My younger brother is 32 and still lives with my parents. How do I speak into this situation? My husband is a cocaine addict. I didn’t know when we got married. When does rehab become an option? Teaching Segment: Books I Have Read

Lost Connections: Why You’re Depressed and How to Find Hope – Johann Hari The Deepest Well: Healing the Long-Term Effects of Childhood Adversity – Nadine Burke Harris M.D. Discipline Equals Freedom – Jocko Willink Know Yourself, Know Your Money – Rachel Cruze

I’m a wife, mom and NICU nurse. How do I juggle all three?

Lyrics of the Day: “Drivers License” – Olivia Rodrigo

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