overcoming the grip of resentment in drug and alcohol abuse recovery

Overcoming The Grip of Resentment

Resentment is an emotional cancer. It forms deep inside and eats you alive. Resentment typically stems from frustration over being slighted and consumes you...
story of a newcomer to a narcotics anonymous meeting

The Newcomer

So, I’m standing outside a Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meeting I’ve never been to before, smoking a cigarette and checking the time on my phone....

Recent Advances in Opioid Deterrence

The science of pain is intriguing.  It wasn’t all that long ago that a shot of whiskey was the pain reliever of choice.  Modern...

Product Review: Soberlink Melds Mobile Technology with Sober Accountability

Random drug testing to monitor one’s alcohol intake may put the fear of God in the newly sober, but it’s not exactly a recipe...

Russell Brand’s Story of Re-Covery

When I first heard that Russell Brand wrote a book about recovery, I thought it was a practical joke.  After all, he’s a raunchy...
K-9 Dogs at Risk for Overdose

K-9 Dogs at Risk for Overdose

With the increased influx of such potent forms of opioids such as fentanyl and carfentanil, specially trained police dogs are at unusually high risk...
Inside the Mind of an Addict

Inside the Mind of an Addict

Why is it that no one understands me? Can’t they see I’m hurting and crying out for help? Yet my friends have stopped calling...
the brain is the key to drug and alcohol abuse treatment

The Brain Is Key: You Can Bet On It.

According to some experts, alcoholism, substance use disorders, process addictions and behavioral addictions like pathological gambling may affect the brain in the same way,...

Everyday Miracle

My name is Dan and I am 45 years old. I have futilely fumbled my way through my addictions for over 30 years; I...

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