Michaela K. Canterbury: How can we spot a high functioning addict in our life?
Our next guest is Michaela Kelley Canterbury, who is a lawyer and writer. Michaela obtained her J.D. at Gonzaga University School of Law in Spokane, Washington, and graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with a BA in political science and a minor in philosophy. Michaela is licensed to practice law in Alaska and is owner, operator and lead trial lawyer at Kelley & Canterbury LLC, where she works with her husband, Christopher; partner in all things, Michaela resides in Eagle River, Alaska with Christopher, where they raised their son, daughter and dogs in the same valley and woods where she was raised. Her debut memoir is called “Sister Siren” available on Amazon.
In episode 314 of the Fraternity Foodie Podcast, we find out what it was like to grow up in Eagle River, Alaska, why Michaela chose Duquesne University for her undergraduate experience, the ups and downs of being the sister to an addict, ways to spot a high functioning addict, how to support an addict during the holidays, self-care when you love an addict, 5 things we should never do with an addict, and additional resources for addicts and those who love an addict.