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From Soldier to Substance Abuse

In late summer and fall of 2001, our nation was under attack in a manner unheard of to date. The attack on the World...

Some Things Change

Without sounding like an old Navy salt . . . some things change, and some things remain the same. Drinking has been a tradition...

Another Kind of War

I received an Article 15 for underage drinking five months after arriving at my first duty station. I was sent to the local VA...

A Mustard Seed

I have always cherished reading and studying the Bible. Even as a child, I loved hearing scripture stories and learning of the important messages...

Better Boxes

Military veterans should never be homeless. Nevertheless, I know all too well that many veterans, especially those impacted by mental illness and substance abuse,...

No Stranger to Trauma

I am no stranger to trauma. When I was a young child, a relative began sexually abusing me in my home. The abuse lasted for...

Perspectives: The New Sober

When it comes to addiction treatment, achieving sobriety and a functional life is, of course, the ultimate goal. However, depending on where treatment is...

The Heart of a Child

Give me the heart of a child, and the awesome courage to live that out. – Elene Loecher June 4, 2014, Early Morning According to Willie...

We Do Not Choose!

We do not choose mental illness, and we do not choose addiction! If you think otherwise, get on your knees and thank God you...

The Law of Sobriety

Psychotherapist Sherry Gaba, author of the book, The Law of Sobriety (2010) and the go-to expert for life coaching matters on VH1's Celebrity Rehab,...

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