We see it every day, the difference between divisiveness vs. coming together for a common goal, what can be achieved when people work together vs. the other side of the coin, where people can’t see eye to eye and the only thing accomplished is a heated debate that goes in circles.
One of the most tragic circumstances of the current COVID-19 pandemic is that people are unable to be with their loved ones who are succumbing to the virus during their final hours.
Here is a good perspective from one of our successful graduates on how getting honest with himself and others has helped him both to overcome his addiction and stay clean: I have been thinking a lot recently about the ability to speak your mind in any situation that is needed.
When It Becomes Time for the Country to Rebuild, We Need to Think Big Picture Every day across the globe, structures are torn down with the goal of building something better in its place.
Each of the tattoos I have on my arms and body all tell separate stories of my journeys through life, the places I come from, the people I love, even the music I have written. They all mean something to me and are things I can be proud of.
This was written by one of our successful graduates and offers his unique perspective on addiction, his experience with it, and his road to slaying the Giant. Everyday more and more people wake up and find themselves in unfamiliar territory.
Lying is something that happens daily in people’s lives, whether it’s lying or being lied to, it’s all around in some form or another. When it comes to drug addicts, lying tends to be a lot more frequent.
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about personal accountability and how much learning the true nature of that for myself helped me turn the corner in overcoming my addiction.
While Country Braces for Coronavirus, Now Is the Time to Get Well If you are Struggling with Addiction
As I’m sure a lot of you have done, I have been following the news closely as we enter unprecedented times with the World Health Organization recently naming the outbreak of COVID-19 a pandemic.
I’d like to say that family is the most important thing to me and has been my entire life, but that wouldn’t be entirely truthful.