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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...

The Road to Providence

On the road to Providence a pastoral hill shades a pristine little country pond cradled among the maple trees. One crisp October morning on my way to class I cross...

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...

Letter from the Editor: Spring 2015

Spring is sprung, the grass has riz. Now I know where the interesting people is! Poet Ogden Nash loved putting new endings on this...

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...

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