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A Talk with the filmmakers of “Two Cents From a Pariah”

Today we have a special episode of the podcast, where I discuss the film “Two Cents From a Pariah” with the lead actor, Jeffrey Grover, and lead actress Cortney Palm, as well as Chris Carson Emmons, the writer and director of the film. Jeffrey Grover can be seen in such films as “Dark Waters,” “Take Shelter,” “I Feel Pretty,” “Miles Ahead,” and more. Cortney Palm is best known for her role in the horror comedy “Zombeavers,” having also appeared in “Sushi Girl” and “Death House,” among many others.

The film we discuss together here deals with many important and difficult topics, including addiction.

The film is available to rent on Amazon here –

These are the film’s social media pages where you can view the trailer and receive updates-

Instagram: @twocentsfilm

Facebook: Two cents Facebook

Adam Bisaga, M.D.: Promising New Research On Treatments for Opioid Use Disorder

Dr. Adam Bisaga is a research psychiatrist and professor of clinical psychiatry at Columbia University. He is the author of Overcoming Opioid Addiction, the definitive book for patients, family, and healthcare professionals on the subject of effective treatment for opioid dependence.

Dr. Bisaga is currently involved in research on groundbreaking new treatments for opioid use disorder, including a naltrexone implant that can last as long as six months. Additionally, the implant has a special advantage over previous addiction treatment implants that will make it a more attractive alternative to both patients and doctors.

In addition to discussing his research on the naltrexone implant, Dr. Bisaga also discusses other research and upcoming treatments for opioid addiction, as well as other types of addictions. People who are struggling with addiction, and their loved ones, will be happy to hear that doctors and scientists are hard at work, studying many new promising compounds and technologies that will significantly advance the field of opioid addiction treatment.

When Your Scars are Beautiful

Vulnerability is an important thing for your mental health, so today we talk about how and when your scars are beautiful as well as opening up about vulnerabilities. Julie Kramer, a public speaker and cancer survivor, joins me today to talk about the importance of opening up and sharing your vulnerability.

Women Supporting Women

Today we look into women supporting women, and how we can build a supportive tribe to help improve our mental health. I’m joined by Erin Strayer of the Erin Strayer show where you can join her Female and Influencers Group on Facebook or contact her at


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