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MissMaeg is joined by friend to the show Erin Coffin Moore, author and person and recovery, who shares her experience at a cult-like rehab in her teens and the trauma she suffered as a result. Erin and Maegan discuss how these models continue to influence addiction treatment today and what Erin’s intention is for sharing her story. Maegan also talks about the new Paris Hilton documentary and how these stories intersect.
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