So much of my childhood was underscored by the idea of the proverbial wagon — off the wagon, and on it again and off it and on it.
I’ve learned that keeping things simple is one of the keys to a fulfilling, peaceful, purposeful life.
Recovery entails a 180-degree reversal of this pattern in order to reconnect with, honor, and act from your core self.
Everyone’s story deserves to be told.
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How an avowed non-smoker inhales life.
I remember having talks with guys from college and even into adulthood to see if I could make sense of this all.
I am grateful there is someplace to go when I feel unsafe.
Should you stay or should you go?
Forget about meth; there’s a new high in town.
I excelled at hiding my mental illness and drug addiction. I had many friends. I was outgoing. I was an actress, an equestrian, a cheerleader, a volleyball player, a straight-A student. Nothing could possibly be wrong.
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Saying goodbye to that which almost killed me.
“If I leave the house, I’ll end up drinking.”
Al Levin interview singer-songwriter John Solomon about bipolar disorder and his struggles with addiction.
In this compelling episode of The Dad Edge Podcast, Larry talks with fellow Dad Edge Alliance member about his journey from hopelessness to the heroic triumph.