Episode 113 – The Bishop’s Strongest Tools to Help Addicts – My Interview on LeadingSaints.org

Ep113 The Bishop’s Strongest Tools to Help Addicts, Tony’s Interview on LeadingSaints.org

HEADS UP! ATTENTION! Please listen to this episode if you or ANYONE in your life has struggled with addiction. This episode contains an interview I did primarily targeted for LDS bishops (congregational leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) but I address how shame fuels addictions of all type, and more importantly how to fill the voids of life that lead to addictive behaviors. Please share with your local leaders or anyone you know who is struggling with addiction! “It’s difficult for the person to come in already so our main goal would be just letting them feel love and not shame.” The interview on the LeadingSaints.org site can be found here.  And special thanks to LeadingSaints.org’s executive director, Kurt Francom, for having me on his podcast and for his faith in me in asking me to be a part of his Leading Saints Professional Advisory Board. 

2 thoughts on “Episode 113 – The Bishop’s Strongest Tools to Help Addicts – My Interview on LeadingSaints.org”

  1. Thank you so much for this podcast Tony! My husband is currently the Bishop of a singles ward. After listening to the Leading Saints podcast I decided to listen to your pathback program and it is amazing!! You are right in that this program is not only for men but for all of us that want to build better relationships with not only those around us but with ourselves and most importantly the Lord. I flat out believe that you, through your program, are and have been inspired by Heavenly Father to help millions. I have sent this podcast to two stake presidents and will send it to a third tomorrow. Our singles stake president made sure that he in turn sent this to all of the bishops in our stake. You are stinking awesome and I can’t thank you enough for sharing your experience and hard work!!

    1. Thank you so much Liz! Seriously, your comments mean a lot to me, especially your willingness to share the podcast with so many! Thanks for spreading the word!

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