Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

The Road Ahead

by Phyllis Staton Campbell It is finished, that article, poem or book. With pride you have passed it around for others to comment, and you bask in the praise. …

Brain Injury through the Lens of the Law

by James Lambka At about 30% of all deaths, traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the major causes of death and disability in the US (CDC). Every day, 153 …

Apart From Words

Curved lines of loosely-chosen order Speak to strangers through the veil of vagueness Some language lacking words Making sense, nevertheless, to those with …

Benefits of Experiential Therapy

by Alek Sabin Experiential therapy isn’t necessarily one particular type of therapy, as much as it is a group of therapies that fall under a similar …

All About Andy

by Jo Elizabeth Pinto Andy sidled up to my ten-year-old in our back yard last Sunday, leaned shamelessly against her legs, and stole her heart before she ever …

Avoiding Relapse after a Traumatic Injury

by Lisa Smith  As many people will tell you, recovering from addiction is not a marathon, but a sprint. This applies doubly when you consider the fact that …

How Safe Is Public Water?

by Jesse Hughes There is a huge amount of information regarding the safety of tap water and how safe the chemicals that are added really are. The simple …

A Different Kind of Hobby

by Phyllis Staton Campbell This column comes from a man who is a reader of a column I write for THE BLIND POST, David Feucheux from Louisiana. I must confess …

Top 5 Things to Avoid While Going Through Drug Detox

by John Gary Winning the war against drug abuse requires dedication from the affected person and those around. Moral support is as important as the medication …

How to Resist Relapse When Life Feels Out of Control

by Trevor McDonald Life has a habit of spiraling out of control when we least expect it. As a recovering addict during this time, equipping ourselves with the …

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