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Sometimes a disappointment is not what it seems!

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Myers Raymer, Alumni Support   Hey, all! I just got back from the “Old-Timers Roundup” in Jackson, Mississippi. I was one of the old-timers who got to present and it was the coolest. Lots and lots of nice folks AND we got to eat GRITS!!! (It’s a Southern thang, y’all.)   Anyway, one of the… Read On »

Harvesting Gratitude

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“You should be grateful for what you have.”   This suggestion is often given to alcoholics, whether in active addiction or during their recovery. The topic of “gratitude” is frequently proposed in 12 Step discussion meetings, and if you have ever been in such a meeting, you know that the dialogue which follows can quickly… Read On »

From the Grateful Mother of an Origins Alum

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My son became an addict at 16. Today, he is now 27 and clean just over a year after many, many recovery centers and attempts at sobriety. Hanley Center at Origins in West Palm Beach, FL has shown him that there is life without drugs, and that he can win the battle against addiction. To this… Read On »

Joining the Origins Family

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I’ve spent many years trying to find a solution to my alcoholism and drug addiction, including 6 times in treatment. Like most chronic relapses, I’ve had some horrid experiences in treatment. I’ve been told things like “just love yourself sober,” “just think the drink,” or “therapy will fix everything.” Through all of those experiences, I… Read On »

Witness to Transformation

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    The thought of helping another human being is almost a foreign concept by the time most of us make it to treatment. I watch the majority of our clients walk through our doors full of fear with no interest in anything beyond themselves and their comfort. The blessing for us, as treatment professionals,… Read On »

The Fourth Ripple

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An active addiction that spans any considerable length of time will make its presence felt, perhaps inconspicuously at first and then obnoxiously later. This is exactly what transpired during the years of my out of control drinking and drug use, leaving a vast swath of confused and hurt people in my wake. I vacillated between… Read On »

I Deserve A Beautiful Life – Alumnus Testimonial

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By Katie M., Hannah’s House alum With the month of April approaching, I find myself reflecting on how much my life has changed in these past four years. I think back and remember all the pain I was in every single day, hurting the people who loved me, causing chaos everywhere I went, and a… Read On »

Sobriety Isn’t About Luck

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It is St. Patrick’s Day, and around the world nearly 33 million adults will be hitting the local bar scene, ready to toast one another with cold glasses of stout and beer tinged with green dye. This age-old festival—with its ever shrinking religious undertones—seems to be known above all else as a celebration that can… Read On »

My Higher Power Within – Alumnus Testimonial

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By Lexi P., Hannah’s House alum In and out of different treatment centers for more than 11 years, I had been unwilling to change the person I was. When my family could no longer bear the burden my addiction was causing their lives, I came to Hannah’s House with the threat of losing every person… Read On »

7 (Romance-Free) Ways to Share Your Love

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 When we think of Valentine’s Day, visions of glittered cards and red roses often come to mind. For those without a significant other, this can be an unwelcome image. Though few can debate the delight found in heart-shaped boxes of chocolate, there is far more to love than presents wrapped in red cellophane. True love… Read On »