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Training and Support

Recovery provides a tremendous opportunity to explore and cultivate new parts of ourselves and new ways of living. Many people in the early stages of recovery forge new friendships, try …

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Credit for Recovery

Damien Ramsdell was just two months away from graduating from Bowdoin College with a degree in government and legal studies when he hit rock bottom. “I had made so many …

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Cultivating Wisdom

When I hear the word education, I envision a classroom filled with metal desks and small hard wooden chairs. I think of young ones whose creativity is crushed because of …

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Your Brain on Recovery

At four months sober, I stepped off of the metro in Washington, DC, to see the cherry blossom trees in full bloom. I stood there in awe at the beauty. …

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To Do or Be

Who are you? Our identity can easily get enmeshed with what we do for a living, who we are related to or what we have done in the past. But …

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The Link Between Spirituality and Health

YOU ARE ENOUGH. YOU ARE WORTHY. YOU ARE NOT BROKEN! So, what does it mean when we get stuck in unwanted patterns like addiction, emotional struggles, mental anguish or physical …

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Dare to Dream Again

What do you believe about yourself? We often hear it said that we are spiritual beings, but how much faith do you really have in the unseen power of your …

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Flex Your Mental Health

It’s just as important to keep in shape mentally as it is physically. When people hear the term mental health, it’s natural to think of illness or disorders such as …

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How to Start Meditating

A beginner’s guide for those who think they can’t do it. Meditation is a practice of “non-doing.” This may sound strange at first because we are conditioned to think more …

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Quieting the Mind

Meditation may come hard at first, but it’s worth it. Sarah Siegel’s first experience with meditation brought neither peace nor joy. It took place at yet another detox center and …

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