Check out this very eye-opening, inspiring piece posted on The Hill It features advocate Jim Carroll, and he's loaded with some very wise ideas... I think we could all learn a thing or two from the man!
Now as adults, I think for the most part we do our best to at least show gratitude for the gifts others give us around Christmas time. However, we all know a gift we’ve given to a kid that just didn’t make the cut. It gets tossed, or maybe a “this sucks, I don’t want … Continue reading SHARED: Receiving Gifts — The Banquet Table
Check out the online version of my article in the nation's VERY FIRST recovery magazine produced by folks IN RECOVERY! I love the idea and general inspiration by this project, and when I was asked to write something up for it earlier in the year, I just leaped at the chance. It came out very … Continue reading MEDIA: This Recovery Life
Addiction is a word typically used to describe a person’s dependence upon a substance or habit, either physically or psychologically. Though traditionally used in relation to the abuse of alcohol or drugs, people also use addiction to describe an unhealthy focus on other areas ranging from food to video games. What does the Bible teach … Continue reading SHARED: Anyone Wonder What the Authority of the Bible Says About Addiction? — NationalAddictionNews.com
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today posted a warning letter to Alkermes, Inc. of Massachusetts, for inaccurately branding the drug Vivitrol (an extended-release injection formulation of naltrexone) by omitting warnings about the most serious risks associated with the drug from promotional materials. Vivitrol is approved for the prevention of relapse to opioid dependence, following … Continue reading SHARED: FDA issues warning letter for not including the most serious risks in advertisement for medication-assisted treatment drug — NationalAddictionNews.com
This is, by far, one of my favorite passages written in the Big Book (of Alcoholics Anonymous). Upon first reading this inspirational portion, I was awestruck. To be honest, I think it was the simplicity of the text that truly compelled me. Moreover, this is a useful section to return to especially if you toil … Continue reading MUSINGS: The Broad Highway
A brand new part of my job as a peer coach is to work alongside a real-deal employment specialist, and I'm super excited about it. This will only bolster the services that patients will be receiving in the way of various guidance that can be applied to their own lives. Her name is Emma Young … Continue reading PODCAST: Sitting down with employment specialist Emma Young