I get very leery when I see Newt Gingrich and Patrick Kennedy sitting on a stage agreeing on issues. This morning I watched an interview where they both were discussing the importance of opiate reform in the United States, on Fox News. A few years
On this post-election day I’ve come to some painful realizations. Substance use and mental health concerns have finally started receiving national attention. The public has begun to see how it touches their lives.
Our officials, both those elected and appointed, are in most cases, at least talking
If a picture is worth a thousand words, images that capture someone’s recovery must be priceless. To know where they have been, at their bottom, and to then see them in recovery is an incredible joy. Recovery does not mean only addiction, just an eating disorder,
Affirmation goes a long way in life. If you’re like me, you might not know the things you’re doing well unless they’re pointed out.
In college I took the class, “Rhetoric, Syntax and Style”. We had just finished our first assignment, an in-class essay. At the
A little over 2 years ago, I penned a piece titled “How Collegiate Recovery Saved My Life”. Now, as I stand on the precipice of graduating, I realize how true the article really is.
As a student, and person, in long-term recovery the last 3 years