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Shedding Hope for Recovery

Shedding Hope for Recovery

Posted by Cassidy Webb on 22nd Aug 2019

I once heard somebody say that “the chains of addiction are too weak to feel until they are too strong to break.” To me, this describes my progression into addiction and my struggle to escape in a nut … read more
Are narcissists more susceptible to drug and alcohol abuse?

Are narcissists more susceptible to drug and alcohol abuse?

Posted by DR. RUTA STERNBERGS, Ed. D,. Psy. D., CADC-II on 18th Jun 2019

The term “narcissism” should not be confused with “egocentrism.” People who are egocentric believe they are the center of attention, and they are limited in their perspective with respect to themse … read more
The Deadliest Place on Earth: Being Alone

The Deadliest Place on Earth: Being Alone

Posted by Ben Emerling on 7th Jul 2017

The Deadliest Place on Earth: Being AloneOut of all of the most dangerous cities, violent alleys, and crime-filled streets, the most dangerous place on Earth is being alone. Loneliness is something … read more
Forgiveness, Faith, Free Will

Forgiveness, Faith, Free Will

Posted by Kim Smith, RecoveryYogini.com on 19th Feb 2017

If I had a dollar for every time in my life I have been told that “forgiveness will set you free” I’d be at least a thousandaire. Being a yogi I’ve heard people talk about forgiveness like they were o … read more
4 Tips for Beginning Treatment and Getting Sober in 2017

4 Tips for Beginning Treatment and Getting Sober in 2017

Posted by Constance Ray on 23rd Jan 2017

People look to a new year as a chance to start fresh, achieve goals, and change their lives for the better. If you struggle with addiction, you may want to make this the year that you seek treatment … read more