September 2019

Part 3: A Look at a Critical Equation

This is the third installment of  our series on financial health  and wellness. Last month, we talked about a ratio that can affect your credit score – the credit utilization …

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The Family Restored: Offering treatment scholarships, support and hope to the recovery community

Born out of a desire to offer support to families coping with a loved one’s addiction, a small group of people from the Portland recovery community created a support meeting …

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Creative Recovery

Drawing on wood or a sketchpad while listening to people’s stories during the 10 recovery meetings he attends a week is soothing and meditative for artist Zoo Cain of Westbrook …

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Wellness – EFT

The Emotional Freedom Technique, otherwise known as EFT or ‘tapping,’ is a method for self-healing that draws on both ancient and modem wisdom. Tapping with the fingertips on particular points …

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September 2019 From the Publisher

The Creative Type Big deep breaths! As I sit here in East End’s gazebo staring at Casco Bay, trying to get this letter written, I’m reminded of how important breathing …

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Sam Marr

AGE: 25 RESIDENCE: CARIBOU OCCUPATION: FARMER TIME IN RECOVERY: 2.5 YEARS “Remember – it’s about progress, not perfection.”   What has surprised you the most about sober living? Finding enjoyment …

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The Wellbreity Movement

Don Coyhis of Mohican Nation felt an inner calling after a decade of recovery from alcoholism. Like many, he sought a deeper connection to and meaning from his cultural and …

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Glenn Simpson

By the time Glenn Simpson awoke in a psych ward in Pennsylvania to a nurse putting an IV in his arm, he had lost track of a few fundamentals. He …

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Bridging the Brain

We tend to think of creativity is an artistic gift – music, painting, drawing, dancing, writing, etc. Creativity may be most visible in art, but it’s so much more than …

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