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Are You Living the Life You Imagined!?

Sometimes there is a question during a coaching session that really resonates with me.  Powerful questions that leave you with a strange sense of discomfort, mulling over them for ages…looking into the deep recesses of your conscious and unconscious mind to find the answer!   653 more words

Addiction Recovery

Challenge and Change...The Chaos of Recovery

One of the recurring themes in the recovery coaching work that I do is that people think that once they have undergone possible treatment and are now working their recovery, that life is going to be easy.   856 more words

The Road To Recovery

Substance Abuse: Are You Enabling Them or Loving Them?

Addiction Campuses is a substance abuse treatment center with locations throughout the US. Among their marketing materials, they have a poster entitled “Enabling Addiction: Are You Loving Someone to Death?” They contend that “Enabling your loved one can put them in their grave.” 522 more words

Sober home bill clears final hurdle in House

A House bill designed to ensure sober homes are safe for addicts and neighbors has passed its final committee stop and is now on the House floor. 301 more words


How Substance Abuse and Alcoholism Affects the Family - Reach Recovery

Abuse Recovery program in Greenville, NC can be found at http://reachrecovery.org.

There is a popular misconception that substance abusers believe. They often think “I am only hurting myself.” This is not a true belief. 357 more words

Substance Abuse Recovery

Restore Neurotransmitter Restoration Provides Natural Detox Programs

No two addictions are alike. That’s why it is important for you or a loved one to find a treatment program that provides personalized service to overcome abuse resulting from alcohol or other substances. 390 more words


REPOST: Cloud 9 Drug Gaining Popularity With Teens: What Parents Need To Know

The article below informs parents about Cloud 9, a dangerous synthetic drug that has been gaining popularity among teens because of its effects which mimic that of cocaine, LSD, methamphetamine, and ecstasy use. 482 more words