Intervention: Legacy Update: Sylvia, 2006 | A&E

Sylvia was an alcoholic who lost custody of her children, but an intervention helped to start her on a better path. She video chats with Jeff about her 9 years of sobriety and her work with other addicts.

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Intervention
Season 14
Episode 195
Samantha D.

“Intervention” profiles people whose addictions or other compulsive behaviors have brought them to a point of personal crisis, and the friends and family members who come together to help them.

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41 thoughts on “Intervention: Legacy Update: Sylvia, 2006 | A&E

  1. Sylvia has always been an over achiever so I'm not surprised that she has excelled at quitting alcohol and in great Sylvia style she also has got a masters degree. 🥰. I just pray that Sylvia doesn't put too much pressure on herself. Sending lots of blessings her way.

  2. I just watched her episode. At th intervention, her brother told her he didn't have to have the old Sylvia back. He just wanted her healthy. She didn't have some big expectation to live up to. I thought that was really nice.

  3. Her story is just one of the most wonderful miracles delivered by this show. Congratulations Sylvia, and thank you for your gift of help for others.

  4. Sylvia’s story always stuck with me. She had the sweetest disposition and yet was so tormented by the loss in her life. I absolutely felt her pain and really empathised with her. I’m ecstatic to see how great she’s doing now. That intervention really changed her life and in turn she’s paying it forward and helping to change others. What a wonderful woman 💛

  5. Where can i watch this full episode? A&E somehow does not work and i tried Amazone prime video thing but i live in europe so i couldn't buy the episode

  6. I just love love this woman she has such a strong spirit she was so sick before may Ha Shem bless her she is such a sweetheart 😍🇮🇱💗💗🇺🇸👍🏿👍🏿👍🏿😁🥰

  7. The drunks have to be the worst to deal with with all the crying and self pity, good on her for getting better but I always hated the crying drunk episodes, so hard to watch

  8. So happy for her. But here's a suggestion- can we replace Jeff Van Vonderin with a tape recorder? I mean, he says the exact same gd thing EVERY TIME…….

  9. I was wondering where to find her intervention. Now seeing her as an interventionist and everybody talking about how changed she is. Now I understand better. Shes a sweetheart when helping others to get better. Bless her heart ♡

  10. If she were my mother, I would never have anything to do with her again for the rest of my life. I don’t care if she gets a PhD in alcohol.

  11. Why are we not able to watch the original version of her intervention, it was so helpful to people to be able to watch that and now we have to pay to watch it that doesn't make any sense to me you're trying to help people who are alcoholics why you trying to get money out of them

  12. Just saw an episode yesterday where you were the interventionist and I though, I know that lady I remember her..I haven't had cable tv in years and it's so wonderful to know that you are not only doing better but you are actually helping others. What a testimony of hope your life is. Thank you and thank God 💖

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