An interview with gay writer Tim Murphy, whose epic third novel, Christodora, is the queer book of the summer, perhaps the year
An interview with Nina Diaz, lead vocalist and primary songwriter for Girl in a Coma, about her recovery and her solo debut, The Beat Is Dead
Dr. Harold Urschel, chief medical strategist of Dallas-based Enterhealth and author of the New York Times best-seller Healing the Addicted Brain, on the implications of using “smart drugs” to improve performance
Read the first chapter of the revolutionary, science-based alcoholism and addiction recovery program by Dr. Harold Urschel.
Remember, the holiday season is less about what you buy others and more about appreciating their company and presence in your life. Nothing you can purchase will replace the time you spend with your loved ones.
Addiction touches all walks of life. The good news is recovery is within reach.
The mere thought of getting sober in autumn was overwhelming for me, and I truly struggled with the idea of a sober holiday season, shorter days and fast-approaching sober nights.
Alcohol is a big part of many holiday celebrations, and many people drink to excess during this time. For people in recovery, navigating family dynamics can be an emotional trigger.
Or the greatest potential for stress and chaos? Ten tips for staying sober during the holidays.
Life without hope may be our best chance for peace.
You don’t have to drink alcohol to have a good time. There are plenty of reasons why not drinking is a good idea. And there are plenty of ways to have fun without it!
"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