This reality television show features all different types of addictions (drugs, alcohol, eating disorders, etc) and real people living with them on a day to day basis. Each show features ...
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Allison was a beautiful, gifted pre-med student, well on her way to becoming a surgeon. But despite her academic success, the trauma of being molested as a child and her parents' brutal divorce still...
Emily, 26, grew up struggling to meet her parents' high expectations. Despite winning many academic and athletic honors, Emily suffered from depression and low self-esteem, and her shameful feelings ...
Tells the compelling stories of people who are battling obsessive behaviors on the verge of taking over their lives. Follow these addicts as they reveal their strange addictions and meet with psychological experts.
Life after 90 Days continues for Danielle & Mohamed, Loren & Alexei, Russ & Paola, Jorge & Anfisa and Chantel & Pedro as they each have a quick dose of reality and drama unfolds when ... See full summary »
This reality television show features all different types of addictions (drugs, alcohol, eating disorders, etc) and real people living with them on a day to day basis. Each show features one or two different types of addicts, follows them around to view their lifestyle and how it affects those around them. At the end, an interventionist is brought in and family and friends tell the addict why they want them to get help.Written by
As of January of 2015, 17 addicts who have appeared on the show have died. Most of the deaths are either directly or indirectly related to their addiction, like overdoses or health issues as a result of their substance abuse. Exceptions include Chris Brady (s6e10), Dillon Brewer (s3e6), and John Tyrell (s4e57) who all committed suicide and Nik Buckmaster (s5e83) who died due to surgery complications. See more »
[injects herself with methamphetamine]
I'm sorry, Grandpa.
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there has been 17 seasons and nobody thought to add the addiction to the title. How are people supposed to use this show for further references? We can't exactly say what the addiction is from a person's 1st name. Would it have been so hard to put something like "Mary - drug addiction" or whatever the addiction is. I'm on a health site with people all over the planet. I'd love to tell them this was a great resource. Truth is it sucks for the certain educational values. One guy is in India and I'd love to be able to give him episode #'s to watch for sex addiction. Nope..a a great idea to help the individuals. Just not if you don't know which is which.
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