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Darkness tried to pull me back into the sorrow of my yesterday I got caught up in a moment where I thought I might lose my way, the darkness tried to pull me back into the sorrow of my yesterday. I had to take a minute to look in the mirror and stare at the…

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Addiction is deadly

Lessons from Intensive Care: AKA Detox Whenever a person is brought into any emergency room on Earth the same general procedure is followed. The person seeking help is usually a complete stranger to the healthcare providers working there. That being said, an initial assessment is required to rule out immediate life threats. If one of…

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How has recovery changed my life? Part 3 In part one of this story, I shared that freedom was one of my greatest gifts I received in recovery. In part two, I told stories of folks being kind toward me and my situation. These kind acts began to chip away at the tough exterior I had built…

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Magnolia Ranch Recovery By: Robert Henslee A Celestial Safe Haven for Rehabilitation (For my friend Peter) Tks for all you’ve done for us…. Nestled at base of the rolling foothills of the Central Tennessee countryside, our recovery estate boasts 15 private client rooms amongst our 7,000 square-foot residential mansion. The plantation-style grounds span over 106-acres…

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Core Vision – A Special Thanks A special Shout Out To Todd Bulldogg Mccagg & Nathan Hardage At Core Vision. This concern has helped many without any consideration especially Stop Frying Your Brain.com. Below are the results from Alumni. Check it out. Thought I would share with the community. Tks Guy’s !! Upon completion at Core…

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An Overload of Opioids for Veterans Seeking Relief By Randolph Adair   The VA is being called out for the increased use of Opioids as veterans return home with complex symptoms and issues from war related trauma. Lately I have seen headlines and stories about the increased opioid addiction rates amongst veterans. The VA is…

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They Bury Their Heads and We Bury Our Kids I have always wondered why an Ostrich buries its head in the sand and was surprised to find out that it only appears that way. They dig holes in the dirt to use as nests for their eggs. The saying about someone who hides from the…

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Humility Doesn’t Wear a Neon Sign Casinos and bars have neon bright, flashing neons signs to draw attention to their establishment and drum up business. Paradoxically, the human quality of humility should do the exact opposite. Some qualities such as egotism and arrogance do a great job at drawing attention, however negative they may be….

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Thanksgiving Dinner for One Many of us grew up in homes where we would travel to Grandma’s house or Uncle John’s for Thanksgiving dinner and play with other siblings. Many other families had different annual November traditions that would include food, football and family. I grew up in one where we would always go to…

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