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Understanding the Teen Brain

Understanding the Teen Brain

Why teens can get addicted easily How many of us worry about the possibility of alcohol or some other drug use problem affecting a young person in our family? If you are nodding your head “yes” to this question, you are not alone. We can all help teens understand the...

A Woman’s Way Through the Twelve Steps

A Woman’s Way Through the Twelve Steps

A Woman’s Way Through the Twelve Steps follows the original twelve steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, and as the author suggests, can be used alongside AA’s Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions publication. Written by a woman in recovery, for women in recovery from all...

Couples in Recovery on a Spiritual Path

Couples in Recovery on a Spiritual Path

For individuals in recovery, spirituality is an important personal practice. For couples in recovery, how can spirituality play a part in the relationship? Is there a spiritual path couples can walk together? Here are some thoughts from our research and experience as...

Making Deposits

Making Deposits

A way to fix spiritual bankruptcy When something is missing inside of you, there is nothing in the world that you want more than to fill that sense of emptiness. That is how I describe what I felt like for a majority of my young life. I lived in a world of “if only.”...

The Anonymous Path – Beth

The Anonymous Path – Beth

Beth’s decision to share her story is motivated by the hope that one person will read this, relate and find some help and happiness for themselves in AA. Doing this anonymously allows her to do it while respecting the 12th tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous. Beth M’s...

Alcoholics Anonymous

“Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There...

You Don’t Have to Be a Prisoner of Your Past

You Don’t Have to Be a Prisoner of Your Past

Own It, Accept It and Share It Colleen Garrick describes prison as “probably one of the most beautiful experiences in my life”… not something I expected to hear in our interview. The first thing that hit me when meeting Colleen in our initial career coaching session...

Recovery Friendly Workplaces

Recovery Friendly Workplaces

Good for Employees and Good for Business I’m always looking for good guys to hire. I got involved with the Recovery Friendly Workplace because I was that guy in recovery looking for a job,” says Keith Hornberger, owner of New Hampshire-based KHH Contracting. “All I...

Take Charge of Your Financial Situation

Take Charge of Your Financial Situation

Three easy steps to get started on the path to financial stability It comes as no surprise that often a person’s financial life mirrors the ups and downs that might be reflected in their physical health. For that reason, we know that a holistic recovery includes...

Publishers Letter

Times change, seasons change, and people change. This was my message for a six-minute and 40 seconds PechaKucha (PK) presentation I did last month about my personal recovery journey and how Journey magazine started. PK is a storytelling format in which a presenter...

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