Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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How to Help a Loved One when They Return from Treatment

by Maurine Anderson Recovering from drug or alcohol addiction is quite possibly one of the most difficult trials that a person can face in life, and therefore …

Study: Gluten-Free Diet Could Cause Exposure to Toxins

Gluten sensitivity has been a well-known problem among many Americans, and worldwide for that. But is going gluten-free good for all? An interesting and …

My Afternoons with Margueritte (2010)

Starring: Gérard Depardieu, Gisèle Casadesus, Maurane, Patrick Bouchitey, Jean-François Stévenin Director: Jean Becker Year of Release: 2010 Run Time: 82 …

Completely Quitting an Opiate Addiction

by William Weiss Opiate drugs are typically prescribed to people as a means of treating some form of acute pain. The natural effects that opiates have of …

Happy Valentine’s Day – 2017!

6 Tips For Blocking Out Noise When Trying To Sleep

by Jane Collin Whether it is a noisy neighbor, thin walls or you live next to a busy street noise will prevent you from enjoying the vital rest that your body …

Art Become Therapy for My life

by Marilyn Redmond Candy was a real dog that belonged to my friend. I usually was not taken with dogs, but Candy seemed special and unique. One afternoon as …

Best Ways to Fight Temptation for Drug Addicts

by Ben Emerling Buried deep down in the subconscious of an addict is a voice saying “Go for it. It will be different this time.” My favorite analogy for …

Rules For Life – People Are Happy To Tell You

Welcome back to my continuing series of Rules For Life. I thought I would open this article with a little good news. This is for anyone hesitating to follow …

How Lying Changes Your Brain

by John Gary How does a person become a liar? Can anyone become a seasoned liar? Popular wisdom tells us lying gets easier with time. Now science is proving …

Read in Your Language

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