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Pain Becomes Blessings

Posted on September 10, 2019

Bart Ross – Recovery and Alumni Services Coordinator, Hanley Center at Origins A common question is if God is so loving, why do we suffer from alcoholism and other sufferings in our life? I still don’t personally know the whole answer to this question, and probably never will, but I can understand and accept that… Read On »

Types Of Meditation

Posted on August 20, 2019

The science behind meditation is not lacking. Though the practice is thousands of years old, in the last decade science has taken a particular interest in the efficacy and benefit of meditation. Brain imaging studies, behavioral studies, and even studies conducted on the smallest parts of our cellular make up have all found that regular… Read On »

Red, White, and Blue Desserts

Posted on July 2, 2019

Fourth of July desserts from the Dietary staff at Hanley Center.  Make sure to see our Independence Day Recipes you can make for lunch or dinner here.   Red, White & Blue Desserts 8oz whipped cream 1-pint blueberries 1-pint raspberry 1 sliced fanned out strawberry Puree half of your blueberries and mix with remaining whole… Read On »

Independence Day Recipes

Posted on July 2, 2019

Recipes for the Fourth from our culinary team at Hanley Center. Make sure to check out the Red, White and Blue Desserts here. Buffalo Chicken Sandwich 3-4 Chicken Breasts cut into strips 1 Cup of Flour Salt, Pepper Montreal Chicken Seasoning Vegetable oil to fry Frank’s Red Hot BBQ Sauce 4 Sub Rolls Provolone Cheese… Read On »

Family Dynamics

Posted on June 19, 2019

Every family has their quirks, which make them stand out from every other family. Beyond quirks, family systems present specific dynamics which both positively and negatively contribute to the function of a family. Each family member has a role to play, which they are either inadvertently given by other members of the family or that… Read On »

Make The Most Of Meditation

Posted on April 18, 2019

Meditation can and will change our lives with regular practice. To make the most of our meditation time, we need only to follow a few simple suggestions. Set A Meditation Time Meditation is an “any time” practice – you can practice meditation in any way you want, any time of day, as long as you… Read On »

Personal Growth As A Lifestyle

Posted on April 17, 2019

In our previous blog post, we talked about the difference between passive and active recovery, as well as the grave danger we put ourselves in when we let our recovery become passive. Working a program of recovery includes more than a sponsor, working with newcomers, attending 12-Step meetings, and being of service to others. At… Read On »

The Joy of Boundaries

Posted on April 15, 2019

Boundaries are the invisible rolls of caution tape we put up around our limitations emotionally, mentally, financially, and physically. Though others can’t see our boundaries, they can hear them and know them through our communication, as well as our actions. For people with an addicted loved one, these boundaries can be difficult to set, even… Read On »

The Search For Freedom | Testimonial

Posted on April 11, 2019

My name is Amber W. and I am a recovered alcoholic. I did not ever think I would be able to say that. Before Origins, My life was full of misery and hopelessness. I could not stop drinking and using drugs; I could not manage my life; my relationships were non-existent. I had already been… Read On »

Mindfulness In Every Day Living

Posted on April 8, 2019

Everyone could use to be more mindful in their daily lives. Mindfulness is a common prescription these days, appearing in studies, new therapeutic approaches, and spiritual, as well as self-help guides all of the time. Some have called mindfulness the buzzword of the decade due to its popularity as well as its controversy. Though mindfulness… Read On »