Functioning Addicts Managing Hidden Compulsions Many addicts manage to function everyday without others knowing about it. But how do they do it? NPR's Tony Cox talks with Ed Storti, a certified alcohol and drug counselor and intervention specialist.
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Functioning Addicts Managing Hidden Compulsions

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Functioning Addicts Managing Hidden Compulsions

Functioning Addicts Managing Hidden Compulsions

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Many addicts manage to function everyday without others knowing about it. But how do they do it? Today, we continue our series on addiction with a look at functioning addicts.

NPR's Tony Cox talks with Ed Storti, a certified alcohol and drug counselor and intervention specialist.

He's the author of several books, including Heart to Heart and Addiction Recovery Tools.