September 12, 2022

EP. 336 — Pharmacy Technician to Welder 

Getting arrested on New Year’s Eve was a blessing in disguise. A woman describes how working as a pharmacy tech led to pill addiction. She opens up to Geth about starting detox in prison and healing her relationship with her son. She also shares what it’s like welding “space crap” with lasers and what she’s learned in recovery about empathy.


Chris [00:00:04] Hello to everybody with cool gear. It’s Beautiful/ Anonymous. One hour. One phone call. No names. No holds barred. Hi everybody. Chris Gethard here. Welcome to another episode of Beautiful/ Anonymous. I’m just going to get into it today. It’s nice to not be pluggin too much stuff. It’s not it’s nice to not have too much things to tell you guys about except for the fact that we’ve got a great episode. An episode that I have to say affected me greatly. An episode that ever since we recorded it, I’ve been sitting around thinking about it. I’m excited for you to hear it. This is real life. This is real life right here. Our caller, I don’t want to reveal too much, but uh caller has gone through some stuff. Hard stuff. Real life stuff. Types of stuff you read about in newspapers. But you also know somebody in your hometown or somebody you went to elementary school with who fell down this path. But what our caller has woun

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