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Demystifying Postpartum Addiction

Demystifying Postpartum Addiction

Postpartum addiction is rarely spoken of, yet a number of new mothers find themselves turning to drugs and alcohol in an effort to cope with the demands of motherhood.

 
From Drunk and Dying to Authentic and Thriving

From Drunk and Dying to Authentic and Thriving

Temple Hayes turned to spirit to pull her from the car wrecks of addiction. Today, she’s showing others how to be exactly who they are and live the life their hearts desire.

 
The Addictions Coach

The Addictions Coach

Cali Estes isn’t afraid to tell the most powerful people on earth, “No.” In fact, they pay her to do it. A celebrity addiction specialist, Estes has more than 20 years of experience getting everyone from CEOs to rock stars to rehab.

 
The Change Agent

The Change Agent

Brad Lamm, the Golden Boy of Addiction, talks about his recovery philosophy, how substance use disorders and binge eating disorders work together, and myths about change that keep people stuck. ​

 
We Are Not Alone

We Are Not Alone

The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is a resource for parents in recovery.

 
Principles of Recovery from the Punk Rock Pulpit

Principles of Recovery from the Punk Rock Pulpit

Getting to know Jack Grisham’s A Principle of Recovery: An Unconventional Journey Through The Twelve Steps

 
Felon to Father

Felon to Father

I am still quite new at being a father, and every day, I get a little better. My biggest gift today is my family, my wife and my recovery.

 
Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery

There isn’t one road to recovery. Dave Smith talks about one Buddhist's path to recovering from addiction and an upcoming conference with opportunities for collaboration, meditation, education and fun.

 
Forgiving an Addict & Forgiving Yourself

Forgiving an Addict & Forgiving Yourself

A story of losing a parent to substance abuse

 
From Convict to Rabbi: Rabbi Mark Borovitz Is the Holy Thief

From Convict to Rabbi: Rabbi Mark Borovitz Is the Holy Thief

He talks about the spiritual malaise in our country and how we need to recognize that each individual matters. What this means for addicts is that we need to treat the human being, not the disease.

 
Through the Eye of the Needle

Through the Eye of the Needle

We were once all the same: little kids dreaming of flying to space, becoming doctors, lawyers and firemen. What if you took the time to see the disease as insidious and not the person?

 
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Addiction Is Parents' Greatest Fear

on 6/28/2016 7:35:00 AM
More than terrorism, economic collapse, crime and war, parents' greatest fear is that their kids will become addicted to drugs and alcohol.
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Asking This One Question Can Identify Problem Drinking

on 6/2/2016 4:26:00 AM
A new study found that a single question about frequency of drinking accurately identified problem drinking, offering a quick way to screen teenagers for...
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The Heaviest Drug Use State by State

on 6/1/2016 4:56:00 PM
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reports where people drink the most booze and do the most drugs.​
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Hazelden Betty Ford Applauds Obama's Steps to Confront Opioids Crisis

on 3/30/2016 6:39:00 AM
The Hazelden Betty Ford Institute for Recovery Advocacy supports Obama's steps forward on addressing the opioids crisis.​
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New Program Uses Surfing to Help People Recover

on 3/22/2016 7:31:00 AM
Saltwater Sessions, an eight-week program in Los Angeles, combines surfing and mindfulness to help people recover from addiction.​
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Betty Ford Center on Why Addiction is a Disease

on 3/3/2016 9:14:00 AM
Harry Haroutunian, physician director of the Professionals Program at the Betty Ford Center, explains why addiction is referred to as a disease.
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Voices of Recovery

      RecoveryATX

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By Margi Tabor || Joseph Sanchez, president and co-founder of RecoveryATX, shares his personal mission statement, a         defining moment in his recovery and his five-           year vision. Read more... 
      Teach Him How to Drink

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By Greg Kayko || Some parents send their kids to college to learn that drinking alcohol was a                    privilege—and not a right to be abused. This          was, of course, a novel concept to my Polish-          American, Catholic, working-class father, and,        at the time, a pathetically silly concept to                  me. Read more... 
      Rituals in Recovery

meditation-1287207_1920By Robert D. Ashford || Those of us that live life in recovery know full well the value that daily rituals provide us in our journey to wellness. Our daily rituals don’t set us apart; they bring us closer together. Read more...

      Freeing the Black Dragon

freeing-the-black-dragonBy Fiona Purcell || I know that unchaining my past is essential to healing my spirit, but I did not have the first idea how I would go about doing so. Read more...

      I Hope There's a Heaven

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 "You have to hold on to that fundamental quality of faith. Have faith that on the other side of your pain there's going to be something good."

  - Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson

 

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“Should you shield the canyons from the windstorms you would never see the true beauty of their carvings.” -
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross  - See more at: http://adventured.com/99-outdoor-nature-quotes/#sthash.uxkYZLZc.dpuf
“Should you shield the canyons from the windstorms you would never see the true beauty of their carvings.” -
Elisabeth Kubler-Ross  - See more at: http://adventured.com/99-outdoor-nature-quotes/#sthash.uxkYZLZc.d"- Elisabeth Kubler-Ross

 

Celebrity Spotlight

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Patrick Kennedy on The Axe Files

on 6/28/2016 8:21:00 AM
Former Rep. Patrick Kennedy opens up about addiction and pushes for mental health reform.
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The Big Fix: Hope After Heroin

on 6/28/2016 7:56:00 AM
Tracey Helton Mitchell's memoir offers hope for life without addiction.
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Voice Winner Alisan Porter on Battling Alcoholism

on 6/1/2016 6:00:00 PM
How former child star Alisan Porter overcame her addiction and went on to win The Voice
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