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What We Believe About Addiction Matters

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In honor of Recovery Month, here is an excerpt from “What We Believe About Addiction Matters,” originally published in Sober World Magazine, written by Chief Clinical Officer, John Dyben, DHSC, CAP, CMHP, ICADC. “In modern society, there are numerous issues that impact individuals, families, and society as a whole. Crime, war, disease, and poverty are a few. What we believe… Read On »

The Cycle of Alcoholism and Addiction

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Taking a Drink, Using a Drug It begins when a person has one or two drinks or recreationally uses drugs. Their intention is to moderate or for their use to not get out of control. It’s most often accompanied by a rationale of, “I’m just going to have a couple to unwind.” Phenomenon of Craving… Read On »

9 Powerful Quotes from Sober Celebrities

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September is National Recovery Month, a nationwide observance dedicated to raising awareness about substance use disorders. It is also a visible time in which we recognize those who have recovered and challenge the social stigma associated with addiction. In celebration, our team has collected a few quotes from sober celebrities who continue to publicly sharing their experience with recovery. Addiction is no respecter of status.… Read On »

Overdose Awareness Day: What You Need To Know

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International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year. IOAD aims to raise awareness of drug overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-related death.  The United States accounts for over 25% of the estimated number of drug-related deaths worldwide, including overdose deaths. The number of overdose deaths in… Read On »

Every Overdose Matters

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Heroin Overdose is Deadly Heroin is a synthetic, highly addictive opioid that can produce intense feelings of euphoria. When taken in excessive amounts or in combination with other drugs, heroin can depress normal functions such as breathing and heart rate until they eventually stop, resulting in death. In the United States, roughly 116 people a… Read On »

A Common Solution

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by Kellye DeBerry, Alumni Coordinator, Hanley Center at Origins Every time I attend our Alumni Meeting or Anniversary Night at Hanley Center at Origins, I am blown away by the power of the Fellowship! Every Tuesday night, the Alumni Meeting is packed – and I mean PACKED – full of people on fire for recovery,… Read On »

Settling for Less?

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by Tharin Smith, Lead Alumni Coordinator, Hanley Center at Origins “He may not see at once that he has barely scratched a limitless lode which will pay dividends only if he mines it for the rest of his life and insists on giving away the entire product.” (Big Book, page 129) What a wonderful and… Read On »

Quotes to Ponder

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by Myers Raymer, Alumni Services, Origins South Padre These days it seems I spend much of my time sitting in airports waiting to go somewhere. This morning I’m waiting for Chris (“The Evil Twin”) to meet me in Dallas so we can go to Boston or is it Baltimore? Sigh. Anyway, while I’m waiting, my… Read On »

Is Desire Enough?

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by Chad Lentscher, Lead Alumni Coordinator, Origins South Padre I was initially writing this article about Steps 6 and 7, but decided to change direction after receiving a phone call. A friend called to let me know that another friend had died. I immediately began to think about him, and all the work he had… Read On »

5 Ways to Experience PNP at Home | Clinician’s Conversation

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Remember that feeling of clarity and serenity that descended upon you after engaging in a PsychoNeuroPlasticity session? Are you using those same tools today to align your mind, body, and spirit? Here is a refresher of what you learned which we want you to use, at home, and for a lifetime: 1) How To Breathe In… Read On »