The Expressions of Service: Exploring Our Gifts with Elizabeth Bishop

The Expressions of Service: Exploring Our Gifts with Elizabeth Bishop

The Expressions of Service: Exploring Our Gifts | Mental Health Monday With Elizabeth Bishop Monday, August 1, 2022 @ 11:00 am PST The Expressions of Service: Exploring Our Gifts with Elizabeth Bishop Service is energy, expression, and action. Whether traditional,...
The 5 Stages of Healing with Jill Rathburn

The 5 Stages of Healing with Jill Rathburn

The 5 Stages of Healing | Mental Health Monday With Jill Rathburn Monday, May 23, 2022 @ 11:00 am PST The 5 Stages of Healing With Jill Rathburn Just as there is a progression of addiction, there is a progression of recovery. In fact, recovery is a healing journey...
How Divorce, Addiction, & Abuse Helped Me Find My Power with Cam Kashani

How Divorce, Addiction, & Abuse Helped Me Find My Power with Cam Kashani

How Divorce, Addiction, & Abuse Helped Me Find My Power | Mental Health Monday With Cam Kashani Monday, May 16, 2022 @ 11:00 am PST How Divorce, Addiction, & Abuse Helped Me Find My Power With Cam Kashani We all have innate divine power and it’s up to us...
Not the Same Old Song and Dance with Annie McCullough

Not the Same Old Song and Dance with Annie McCullough

Not the Same Old Song and Dance | Mental Health Monday With Annie McCullough Monday, February 28, 2022 @ 11:00 am PST Not the Same Old Song and Dance with Annie McCullough Annie is not new to recovery and she understands the ebb and flow of different recovery pathways...
Loving Each Other All The Way Through

Loving Each Other All The Way Through

You can listen to this blog here: This story has a happy ending. I need to tell you that here at the top of the page, because things will happen in the paragraphs below that will make you doubt the ending. I don’t care for tension, so I am taking it out here for both...
Guest Post by The Muse Team: How Meditation and Mindfulness Aid Drug/Alcohol Rehabilitation

Guest Post by The Muse Team: How Meditation and Mindfulness Aid Drug/Alcohol Rehabilitation

Relapse is common in early recovery from drug or alcohol abuse. Many long-term alcoholics and drug addicts fail the first time they attempt to quit. This is because the intense cravings experienced by substance abusers are actually due to changes in brain chemistry....
Guest Blog Post by Nuria Reed (Ekka Recovery): Top 5 Rituals for Recovery

Guest Blog Post by Nuria Reed (Ekka Recovery): Top 5 Rituals for Recovery

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.” – Will Durant (American Philosopher and Historian) “Habit is the intersection of knowledge (what to do), skill (how to do), and desire (want to do).” – Stephen Covey (​The 7...
Guest Blog Post by Veronica Valli: Whatever the Question? Balance is Always the Answer

Guest Blog Post by Veronica Valli: Whatever the Question? Balance is Always the Answer

No matter how far down the road to recovery I go, I find myself from time to time, in a hole. Or, I notice that I am acting out in behaviors that are unhelpful to me. When these things become apparent to me I nearly always discover it’s because my balance is...

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