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Step Three: Deciding To Quit

We are trudging along slowly but making good progress, right? So far you have admitted that you are an addict and have outlined the pros and cons of your currently lifestyle. 622 more words


Step Two: Asking YOURSelf the Important Questions

So your comfortable admitting that you are in fact an addict but now what? Where do you go from here? It’s easy to dream about plans and goals, about a better day, but doing it is a whole different story. 996 more words


3 Ways To Make The Most Out Of Your SRS

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Prudent individuals go through great lengths in order to build retirement fund. Many Singaporeans completely rely on the government-mandated Central Provident Fund (CPF). 443 more words

Money Matters

Over Comming Triggers and Urges in Recovery

Okay, there is always an elephant in any room I step into and it’s called addiction. Such an easy word to say, it just rolls off the tongue. 676 more words


The Pregnant Addict

I am so angry and have been since when I researched the bones of this article. I feel so despondent as well as such empathy, for the insane number of expectant moms and innocent unborn babies suffering through opioid addiction. 770 more words

above all, be kind and be brave.

August 6, 2017 

Addiction is a funny thing. No matter how clean one gets, there always seems to be a trigger that pulls the addictive behavior towards the surface. 1,600 more words

Becoming Brave

winds of change

winds of change are born after a rainy day

when there’s an absence of hands

throwing dust into your house

and it doesn’t take twice as long to clean… 177 more words