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What’s Important

In 2007, I entered recovery; and this time it stuck. I was overjoyed. After a few years sober, I made a decision to include...

The Grand Prince of Moscow

During this past year, I have learned about my power and a power that is greater than myself. Just over a year ago, in...

From Addiction to Redemption

We shed our addictions in the order in which they’ll kill us. That’s what I heard in 1989, and it turned out to be...

Celebrations of Recovery AAtlanta 2015

The theme of the International Convention of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) this summer in Atlanta, Georgia, is “80 Years – Happy, Joyous and Free.” From...

Everyday Miracles: Synchronicity

Recently, I presented a workshop on counselor wellness at a major addictions conference on the East Coast. While the conference was fantastic, the journey...

I Found My Purpose

My single mother and my grandparents raised me. I watched my mom struggle to work two and three jobs just to put food on...

An Addict Living In The Music Industry

Arnold McCuller is what’s going on, that’s always been the case and it always will be. – James Taylor At 19 years old, I was...

Compassion Attentiveness: A New Therapeutic Style

We will develop and cultivate the liberation of mind by loving kindness, make it our vehicle, make it our basis, stabilize it, exercise ourselves...

Girl On The Edge

Growing up in California’s San Fernando Valley in the ‘60s was just like in the movies – sunshine and rock ‘n roll. My favorite subject...
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Recovery: A Pulpit for the Muse

I hardly wrote a word during the most active years of my alcoholism. It was as though my disease had me absolutely convinced that...

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