Elizabeth Vargas On Fighting Through Alcoholism

Elizabeth Vargas On Fighting Through Alcoholism

ABC News anchor Elizabeth Vargas joins us for a frank conversation about her battle with alcoholism. You’d never know it to look at her on the set. ABC News anchor and correspondent Elizabeth Vargas was at the top of the professional ladder. Live before the nation, covering everything from 9/11 to the Iraq War, she was calm. Poised on the outside. Inside, she was fighting back panic attacks. Pinching herself to stay focused. And dying for a drink. This hour On Point, Elizabeth Vargas on anxiety, addiction – and her recovery.

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