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April is the NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month

(All information below is from the Nation Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependencies, Inc. website.)

2015 NCADD Alcohol Awareness Month Theme:

“For the Health of It: Early Education on Alcoholism and Addiction” 486 more words


That Is One Ironic Videogame...

My partner and I are very big gamers. We love our video games no doubt about it. I was playing one of my favorites the other day and I noticed that my character can become… 274 more words


Excuses, Excuses...

Think back to when you were drinking. What thoughts did you have that helped to “justify” your addiction and acquisition of alcohol? At first I could literally argue with myself and try to convince myself that it was OK to buy that case of beer. 675 more words


Ennea - LEVELS of Development Outlined (Part 2)


the better I can understand others

PREVIOUS: Levels of Development outline

SITE: Rob Fitzel, Canadian engineer

● Our Enneagram personality Type is guided by a basic desire, the driving motivation behind most of our behavior, staying largely the same (though sometimes distorted) throughout the levels. 481 more words


5 Things I’ve Learned From My Alcoholic Family

I’m not an alcoholic, but I have addiction in my genes: My father and grandfather are both recovering alcoholics. The older I get, the more I’ve realized how much I’ve absorbed from their examples. 1,263 more words

stagnation station

Man, has it been a while.  It’s almost like I’ve been stuck under a rock where said rock = my head.  Somewhat apropos as I’ve been told my head is as hard as a rock and my body is, literally, under my head.  988 more words



Cutting works until someone sees the scars.
So you stop. For a while. Then start again.
Relapsing over and over and over…
Then your cutting becomes less frequent, 112 more words