Is Alcoholism Genetic? Lara Beitz' Sobriety Journey

3 apr 2021
318 008 Áhorf

Taken from JRE #1629 w/Lara Beitz:
open.spotify.com/episode/0Z1ajGmdFZx6b5NnyMh92D?si=4162f8bd1d3643f0

Ummæli
  • I quit drinking when I realized it’s just poison

    BrizzlyBrizzly3 klukkustundum síðan
  • PREACH !!!!

    Michael Tanner MossMichael Tanner MossDegi Síðan síðan
  • Reminds me of the Bible verse “The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.” So true. Anyone who gets sober is incredible. Also, she kind of has a Kathy Griffin vibe. Not sure what it is.

    LovinLIFE9419LovinLIFE9419Degi Síðan síðan
  • I do not have alcoholism on either side of my family, but I do drink moderately everyday. I have 2 glasses of wine after lunch and 2 after dinner. I know that's on the heavy end of moderation, but I've promised anyone I know that if they ever see me in a stupor, slur my words, or a blackout that will be the last day I drink. It hasn't happened, but I also haven't skipped a day in 2 or 3 years either. Not sure what to do or where I'm at on the spectrum.

    ThoughtsonpaperThoughtsonpaperDegi Síðan síðan
  • Alcohol is cool, until the HANGOVER kick in. Never like the shit very much. Sober for like? 1 year? Drugs arent for me. Exercise is enough.

    RRR 555RRR 5552 dögum síðan
  • That would be the same as over eating is genetic. Its not. Its just that so many people do it they can never blame themselves. Its so random. If it were genetic The entire family would be drunk all the time.

    DyersDyers2 dögum síðan
  • Joe might be an alcoholic too, but he laughs way too much when she’s talking about some serious trauma. Im a vet and saw some fucked up stuff, but none of that compares to alcoholism. Alcoholism isn’t like DMT or marijuana, that shit is deadly and ruins your life, it’s one of the few drugs that can actually kill you just to detox from it and those hallucinations are goddamn terrifying 100% of the time. Really cringing all the way through this, been there and doing that. Glad she was able to get sober

    Erik GomezErik Gomez2 dögum síðan
  • GHB... sounds like she might have been drugged with the OTHER date r*pe drug... In lower dosages GHB is euphoric and can be reminiscent of cocaine, but without the fiend like quality. It also floods your brain with chemicals that would usually only be released in the smallest increments, accounting for a hangover.

    Human BeingHuman Being2 dögum síðan
  • 14th year

    Dana McArdleDana McArdle2 dögum síðan
  • Omg the “shark eyes” thing. I had a buddy that would black out like that and would only respond when you addressed him as Murphy.... his name was Casey

    arfae ffwearfae ffwe2 dögum síðan
  • My father and grandfather are both alcoholics. I don’t drink at all. People wonder why a grown man like me refuses to take a sip of alcohol, but I cannot risk it...

    redcomic619redcomic6193 dögum síðan
  • No it is not genetic. both my parents were alcoholics, and I don't drink. I Smoke enough weed to be in a Cheech and Chong movie thou LMAO

    jojube27jojube273 dögum síðan
  • sober one hour now...praise me...week humans!!!!

    Weight Loss 101Weight Loss 1013 dögum síðan
  • Ya his questioning has changed. Scripted shit and unfollowed. Hell congrats on the 250million but lost me. Welcome to Joe being back on news radio wohoo.

    Chris FarionChris Farion3 dögum síðan
  • FUCk SPOTIFY

    Swag on 1000 JamesonSwag on 1000 Jameson3 dögum síðan
  • dads alcoholic I'm a stoner 😂

    Lob CityLob City3 dögum síðan
  • It's like that Pacino Godfather scene, "Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in!" -- my relationship with alcohol nearly every friday/saturday.

    iwannababillionaireiwannababillionaire3 dögum síðan
  • hi lara, looking forward to getting to know ya. no weird shit, just a one way thing thing love.

    grae starrgrae starr3 dögum síðan
  • joe where is episode 331?

    nick richardnick richard3 dögum síðan
  • Yeah you gotta want it. It genetic my Dad drinks like 10-12 hard Jack drinks a day. He's now 60 I'm now 36 and I drink 3-4 tall boys a night. We both work and take care of things but yeah don't call us late at night.

    Danny JrDanny Jr3 dögum síðan
  • Addiction isn’t genetic. It’s the individuals choice and actions. Anyone can become an addict.

    AntwonDaBusinessAntwonDaBusiness3 dögum síðan
  • She looks like she used to get blackout drunk and wake up not remembering the train run on her.

    My 11 Bad KidsMy 11 Bad Kids3 dögum síðan
  • It's probably genetic but also life is hard.

    Robert DuttonRobert Dutton3 dögum síðan
  • Joe nows how to stir the pot first he had Devi lovato . And now these

    Elias SotoElias Soto4 dögum síðan
  • Female comedians are gross.

    M BM B4 dögum síðan
  • the only people who look into gerbil's eyes are Joe Rogan and Richard Gere, allegedly.

    membearmembear4 dögum síðan
  • My dad was quitting stuff from my whole life till I was like 12 lol

    De_La_RivaDe_La_Riva4 dögum síðan
  • Nope my father loves it i dont

    Slowpoke rodriguezSlowpoke rodriguez4 dögum síðan
  • Please keep her and her ideology out of Texas

    staywokestaywoke4 dögum síðan
  • Can agree my mother was an alcoholic my entire life, despite not completely enjoying the lack of control which comes with being drunk, yet I still find release and relaxtion in drinking almost to the point where I can't stop myself. Thanks for the podcast!

    Trevor SmithTrevor Smith4 dögum síðan
  • Shitty decision making is

    MichaelMichael4 dögum síðan
  • Day 1 for me.. again. I went sober for 1 year 7 months before relapse in November 2020 and I’ve been knocking back 20 units a day since. Good luck to anyone else in this position 💪🏼

    Hayden PettitHayden Pettit4 dögum síðan
    • I'm praying for you. God bless!

      Shelley DunkleShelley Dunkle2 dögum síðan
  • Alcoholism is not genetic. There’s an underlying issue. It’s like saying depression is genetic. We dont want to be saying choices are genetic.Joe is starting to get fony to me. He agrees to too much bs. You can disagree and still have a conversation

    Karim KarimKarim Karim4 dögum síðan
  • damn joes really vibing with her

    Chris ConnorChris Connor4 dögum síðan
  • Grandmother and my father were hardcore drinkers and passed away from the abuse..I quickly learned one was never enough. I might have a drink once a year now.

    roskoeheatroskoeheat4 dögum síðan
  • Is Russia & China's "hierarchy", USA's biggest threat? Or its citizens? For sure its hierarchy. Thus potential for war is from hierarchies & not from family oriented people of lesser pyramid positions. Meaning the military should take out hierarchies, but they defend them instead, lame. Are top rich individuals in general, really hoarding all that style, just to walk around the mall with it / the parking lot? Or to make hotel peasants do their dirty work for them? Or to have boat parties with fake unenlightened humans at best? Is that all they can muster? Even if a person is rich, to just watch tons of people at their boring jobs & believe that's okay, seems wack to not speak out. Is conformity with taxed time really better than creativity with free time? Population wise. Has the system even built 1 god darn thing, that gifts the public with anything at all automatically? (or tries to aim in that direction at least?) Some trees do just grow themselves, without human intervention, has society learned anything from that? As a model for how to regulate. Why is it, that people who are pro-ladder-systems, never good at having a solid solution on how to deal with tyrants? How is a few hard workers maybe not getting rewarded enough (even tho donations are a thing - I mean look at streamers), a worst problem than in-direct slavery? - The debate of equilibrium. Would people wait to revolt still, even if their was 1 world wide trillionaire? Must we really wait till then, to find out. Also after they over throw that world wide 1 trillionaire sales man. They do realize the only way to get his or the next guy's (who takes his place) hooks out of everything, is to demolish the dollar bill design or anything similar to it. Plus eradicating all roles of status globally. So the dollar bill game is gonna fall apart one way or another. Because repeating itself, won't be a viable option. Sincerely, a concerned citizen, ahead of his time

    baron whitebaron white4 dögum síðan
  • I m not an alcoholic , but I did butt chug a half gallon of vodka before work.

    Ian LundquistIan Lundquist4 dögum síðan
  • I quit sometime December of 2019. I find that if you put a date it adds pressure. Dont think about how many days just one at a time really that's it. Pray. Meditate. Get close to your loved ones. You can do it maddog

    Alex RojasAlex Rojas4 dögum síðan
  • Alcoholism isn't genetic. Thats just making excuses...its learned from one's environment and upbringing. If ones parents drink and live a certain way, that person is gonna want to do that because that's life to them. Everyone is a product of their environment, it just depends if a person is IN their environment or truly a part of it. My favorite quote to live by is "to live in the world, but not of it"

    Daniel EfDaniel Ef4 dögum síðan
  • when you stop ,people have more of a problem than what you caused on it

    eddie mclaughlineddie mclaughlin4 dögum síðan
  • Alcohol lowers blood pressure and relaxes you, it’s real healthy unless you go way too far. Just take it easy and have a couple you maniacs.

    HkFinn83HkFinn834 dögum síðan
  • When you love someone, that makes you sober on alcoholism n be hopeful about wonderful future. And also when you are put in jail , that makes you sober really fast.

    qwertykbqwertykb4 dögum síðan
  • That spotify shit is a lie. The app sucks and does not work in the background like the ISpast app. It also loses its place and restarts all the time. I only watch the clips now because of this BS with the spotify app.

    - JustMaxPirk- JustMaxPirk4 dögum síðan
  • There are people in my family that are alcoholics. Meanwhile I can't stand the feeling of getting tipsy, so I'm done after 1 drink. And I drink so little that my tolerance is real low.

    PolyduecesPolydueces4 dögum síðan
  • Is shame hereditary ? Find the wound and heal it... no genes needed.

    Mark BMark B4 dögum síðan
  • no alocoholism isnt genetic, you are just addicted to drinking

    PapaShanksPapaShanks4 dögum síðan
  • Right at the end of this episode Joe mispronounces her last name and it seems like such an awkward ending

    Tyler DiDayTyler DiDay4 dögum síðan
  • The only thing genetic is joes gut

    KRL ProductionsKRL Productions5 dögum síðan
  • Would be very interesting if you could get Martin Armstrong from the movie Forecaster on your podcast. :)

    Johannes HornJohannes Horn5 dögum síðan
  • I consider myself a really healthy alcoholic. I’ve been to the hospital twice already for acute pancreatic pain, the last time I was actually asleep for 2 days at the hospital and couldn’t walk for a few days. That was 4 1/2 years ago and now I drink on the weekend but I drink at least a bottle of tequila in two nights but I workout hard on cardio 5-7x’s on the weekdays. I wish I could just drink once a month or so and not every weekend because I’m afraid I’ll develop some type of disease and I’m only 28.

    BenzoBenzo5 dögum síðan
  • Almost 12 hours sober, thanks for the help

    ForrestForrest5 dögum síðan
  • To everyone on their sobriety journey I see you! 💪🏼💪🏼💪🏼 I’ve been clean from meth for a year and a half.

    SighSigh5 dögum síðan
  • It is a strange disease because you can control the outcome.

    SmarternuSmarternu5 dögum síðan
    • Sometimes, but other times even after you have recovered, the damage has already destroyed your body. That’s what happened to my dad.

      VV5 dögum síðan
  • This podcast keeps getting worse and worse. Everyday its people no one cares about. WE WANT COCO

    Renaldo OlsonRenaldo Olson5 dögum síðan
  • Just break your deal and come back, please.

    Winkie's DinerWinkie's Diner5 dögum síðan
  • Joe Rogan are you psychic, serious question by the way and not related to this video at all.

    MrRodgyMrRodgy5 dögum síðan
  • I'm boring now because I don't drink anymore. It sucks but it's the truth. I had way more friends when was drinking. Now I have none. Zero. If it wasn't for my wife and my job, I'd never leave the house. I hate life.

    Jason KingJason King5 dögum síðan
  • I'm 3 yrs sober now. It's wonderful. I binge watched a lady on ISpast. Her channel is This Naked Mind. She's great. I used to think it was genetic, like born within you to become addicted or not. But now I think it's a learned behavior. Maybe not learned but a downloaded or programed thing from being raised by faulty parents. From ages 0-7 it's your parents job to teach you about the world (this is green- that is poison-this is a cat) then from 7-12 it's your parents job to help you learn who YOU are (do you like green beans or peas- do you feel hurt- do you like that person) . But they usually teach you how to be them (eat this because I made it- that doesn't hurt, don't be a baby- hug your aunt even if you hate her), so you end up drinking or taking drugs because you feel guilty being you or you don't know how to be you and it feels crappy because it's too hard to be someone else. It's called Codependency. I also watch Lisa A Romano on ISpast. Start from her oldest videos because if you jump right in to her recent ones, it gets a little wonky. Good wonky but you should build up to it. Good luck to anyone trying. It's easier that you think. YOU GOT THIS!! *CHEST BUMP*

    I said maybe and that's finalI said maybe and that's final5 dögum síðan
  • But only because why talk about my own beng drinking that usually ended up with me in a routine not anything as interesting as that. Ha ha ha.

    BLUEDRAGON7777BLUEDRAGON77775 dögum síðan
  • Wow that's reminds me of Jim Cunningham my grandfather. An the reason why my mom acted the way she did 😂. He did go back to it at the end which is surely what killed him. 🤣😔🤔🤓 also that my other grandfather was also mostly a drunk. Although he made 80 yay.

    BLUEDRAGON7777BLUEDRAGON77775 dögum síðan
  • I stopped drinking after about a month of drinking when I was introduced to weed.

    Dick BumpDick Bump5 dögum síðan
  • Alcohol is NOT genetic, I'm clearly an alcoholic, have been for 10 years now, but none of my family drinks. Trust me this is false information

    Chris BlackChris Black5 dögum síðan
  • Why tf cant i see the pods individual???

    Cori Michael ParrottCori Michael Parrott5 dögum síðan
  • AARON LEWIS! AARON LEWIS! AARON LEWIS! For real!!!! Would be AWESOME!!!

    Cody TignorCody Tignor5 dögum síðan
  • I've always had a go to vice,when I eventually gave up the drink I swapped it for heroin,clean from that now too but I'm on a substitute but at least I don't get hangovers anymore.....c'est la vie 😉

    Justin GoldJustin Gold5 dögum síðan
  • We need Nick Diaz on the show📌📌📌📌📌

    Zaidie BhatZaidie Bhat5 dögum síðan
  • Don’t blame your life’s mistakes on inheritance

    RefurbishedRefurbished5 dögum síðan
  • Unless it skips generations then I call bs neither of my parents were drunks but I drink too much. My dad says it’s weakness and I tend to agree, I think at the end of the day you just have to decide for yourself that this shit isn’t good for you and you’re gonna do something about it.

    Tristan MartinezTristan Martinez5 dögum síðan
  • Tips for sustained sobriety: skip the AA cult (17% success rate - founded by literal puritans) and microdose psilocybin mushrooms. This is the most evidence-backed method to become truly well (not just sober). After you become mentally healthy, you will be able to drink in moderation with ease.

    Micah DMicah D5 dögum síðan
  • Life is a blanket you stitch it and weep what you’ve sowed literature is a material for people to stitch into their lives where you are in life is from the material you’ve stitched and your weeping what you’ve sowed some material you’ve sowed needs to be unstitch to break the pattern and new material is needed to change the pattern You stitch by reading and writing the material you plan to practice in order to sow it into your life Every letter is a stitch into the words to sow

    daniel ashleydaniel ashley5 dögum síðan
  • “The God of all Mankind comes from the spirit within them which they have transformed into the Word giving it a separate body to lead them in the world in which they exist”

    daniel ashleydaniel ashley5 dögum síðan
  • Alcoholism is hell. But never give up. It can be overcome.

    John SmithJohn Smith5 dögum síðan
  • Psychedelic use is genetic, the chance that somebody will try psychedelics in there lifetime and use them more than once seems to be genetically linked. Possibly even caused by the use of parents consuming psychedelic substances while younger.

    camerica7400camerica74005 dögum síðan
  • I became an alcoholic when the pandemic happened, but I wouldn’t say it has impacted my life and destroyed relationships. I just like to go out to bars and relax and watch the game and converse with people. I can control my drinking and I consider myself to be a highly functioning alcoholic. You’d be very surprised some people are highly functioning alcoholics. But with the pandemic going on and with the state of politics that the country is in every time i watch the news it’s like “I need a drink” It’s gotten that stupid.

    david webdavid web5 dögum síðan
  • I hope mushroom therapy and or dmt therapy can ease USA off alcohol. Early/mid pandemic my state legalized “to go” drinks at bars. Because bar owners are dependent on alcoholics and alcoholics are dependent on alcohol. It’s a match made in capitalist heaven.

    29-029-05 dögum síðan
  • I have a mental disease for being straight thinking I am a male that likes females.... Lets see if this gets deleated...😂🤔

    J0e TJ0e T5 dögum síðan
  • Does Rogan hate Opie?

    B FowlB Fowl5 dögum síðan
  • I doubt it genetic my grandpa and dad are alcoholics and I hate beer I tired it couple times I get feel wasted with 2 modelos lol 😂 I rather go for a hike

    Guerrero EddieGuerrero Eddie5 dögum síðan
  • Alcoholism is just weakness. Have some self control and move on

    Jeep WranglerJeep Wrangler5 dögum síðan
  • Leave Spotify and please stick to ISpast

    Chloe & LeoChloe & Leo5 dögum síðan
  • No, it’s a choice like taking drugs.

    Ken RehillKen Rehill5 dögum síðan
    • I agree with this. What does genetic means? Saying this to me is like relinquishing accountability. We always have free will. Life is a bunch of choices we have make some easy some hard.

      Karim KarimKarim Karim4 dögum síðan
  • get wes watson on the podcast

    mirza nuhanovicmirza nuhanovic5 dögum síðan
  • If it’s genetic it skipped a generation in my family. Pop was a mean drunk, old man was sober, I was a happy drunk

    MJFMJF5 dögum síðan
  • I had my last beer Saturday if I do this right. My body is dying. And this photo is alcohol related.

    Deep SunshineDeep Sunshine5 dögum síðan
  • 3 months sober here. First month wasn’t to bad. The 2nd and third month has been the most darkest. Feeling everything again is hard. But gotta keep fighting bc I hear it gets better.

    Grace PicturesGrace Pictures5 dögum síðan
  • alcohol should be illegal and not marijuana... #420

    coolers.coolers.5 dögum síðan
  • no its not, plus shes a woman

    Boyan IvanoffBoyan Ivanoff5 dögum síðan
    • What does that matter? 🙄

      The Time is NowThe Time is Now5 dögum síðan
  • my dad was an alcoholic among other things. i myself started drinking very young, and i found that when i drank, I felt how i "should". not afraid of the world. not anxious. makes me an overall better person, better at anything i try. i can actually talk how i want to and feel things for once, and it feels too right. it's scary, because alcohol is a horrible thing. but so tempting.

    SypherSypher5 dögum síðan
  • certain mental tendencies or being drawn towards certain things could be passed down i imagine

    SypherSypher5 dögum síðan
  • It’s often a dopamine deficiency. Call it adhd or whatever you like. It’s not a will power thing in any way shape or form. And if you think it is. Please reconsider.

    D DD D5 dögum síðan
  • such a cool human

    Chris Bird JowaisasChris Bird Jowaisas5 dögum síðan
  • While most addictions may have a genetic component that PREDISPOSES you to succumb to the addiction, there is nothing in genetics that PREDESTINES you to become an addict. That distinction between predisposing and predestining is important, because people like to use genetics as an excuse which absolves them of personal responsibility. They like to use genetics in the way that we say genetics determines height, skin color, hair color, bone structure, etc - things that we have no real control over. Yes, someone who is PREDISPOSED to an addiction may have to struggle harder to avoid the addiction than someone who isn't predisposed, but as many people who quite such addictions life long attests, genetics doesn't make overcoming those addictions impossible.

    Drake SantiagoDrake Santiago5 dögum síðan
  • OMG you are so wrong about vegans. Do you really believe your poor excuses for killing animals? You are making a fool out of yourself. I thought you were more intelligent than that.

    TheTomSandersTheTomSanders5 dögum síðan
  • I really like her!

    himynameiscynhimynameiscyn5 dögum síðan
  • I just recently got sober, and it's not a coincidence that it's right around the same time that weed became legal in my state.

    mtscountrytime86mtscountrytime865 dögum síðan
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    Tribal FlashyTribal Flashy5 dögum síðan
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    Tribal FlashyTribal Flashy5 dögum síðan
  • Bring earthling ed!!!

    alex rodriguezalex rodriguez5 dögum síðan
  • Bring earthling ed on your show

    Fernie MacFernie Mac5 dögum síðan
  • Day 1 of trying to get Keanu Reeves or Gordan Ramsey on the podcast

    Ediz WadiDzEdiz WadiDz5 dögum síðan
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