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Former NBA Player Chris Herren on Rehab and Recovery

NBA player Chris Herren was spending $20,000 a month on Oxycontin, which then turned to heroin. Overdoses, car crashes and hospitalizations couldn’t keep him from destroying his career, his family, his entire life. Now fourteen years sober, Chris travels the country speaking to middle school and high school students about the dangers of drug addiction, and parents about what actually works to keep their kids from falling prey to the lure of substance abuse.P.S. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we're ending Season 3 with an "ASK KIMI ANYTHING" episode. You can ask Kimi anything about her experience with bipolar disorder and anxiety disorder (or anything else for that matter) and she'll tell you the truth “on air.” Why, because we believe that when we tell our truth, we create awareness and contribute to healing.Call us at 833-326-8623 and leave Kimi a voicemail by May 4th!Stay connected to Chris and his work:Websites: www.herrentalks.comwww.herrenproject.comwww.herrenwellness.comFacebook: Chris HerrenInstagram/Twitter@c_herren_@herrentalks @herrenproject @herren_wellnessCharity Donation: Herren ProjectSubscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: Privacy & Opt-Out:

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There is hope and possibility on the other side of pain. From dramatic stories of survival, the realities of life when facing death and unforgettable lessons on love and loss, we tell the most jaw-dropping and inspiring stories you've ever heard – while also donating $2000 every episode to a nonprofit making a difference in the world.