Now that the economy is bouncing back again, there is good and bad news. The good news: Companies are hiring. The bad news: The same ones you didn't want to work for before, you still don't want to work for.
Joani Gammill, a registered nurse, recovering addict and mother of two, has just written an account of her career as a professional "interventionist" after an appearance on the "Dr. Phil Show" that sparked her own recovery.
"Suicide has always been looked at as a choice, but for many people on psychoactive drugs, it's a chemical path they are on and not a choice at all" says Briggs. "My husband would be alive today if this information were available and not hidden."