A cathartic healing process—writing to your younger self helps to unlock events and the feelings that they evoke.
Answer these four questions to understand yourself and whether you are prone to addiction.
“Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.” — Voltaire
A lesson in addiction given by a lifetime of exercise.
Seeking relief – whether it’s from horrible holiday memories or too many not-so-light-filled celebrations – can stir up more harm than good in many men.
We have to turn the page, because there is so much more to the book, more to the range of my potential. I am connected to a past and a future, as I live here in the now.
Love is not an all-consuming addiction to a person.
“I hate Christmas…”
A 16-year-old girl reassures her terrified younger self she will survive her mother’s breakdown and her father’s single parenting.
The kindness of a Secret Santa gave a man hope to break an addiction.
When is a lie a beautiful thing?
Feeling that you are unworthy can undermine your happiness
I need to learn how to handle life on my terms.
Perhaps Today Will Be Better?
Physician Health Programs are intended to help doctors with substance abuse disorders and mental health problems. But that’s not always what happens.
A manifesto is a public declaration or a call to arms. It’s time that you issue a healing manifesto, a declaration that healing is not only possible, but it is in your nature.