Last week, I read a humorous article about how someone hired a “Human Uber” to go to work for him. And then he wrote about it. Human Uber means that you hire someone else to step in for you and they wear a helmet with an iPad screen on the front so that your face … More Can You Uber Your Recovery?
My depression still lurks in the corners of my mind, even though I am well into my recovery. What I find difficult is that anxiety seems to have replaced it. For more, click on photo
• • • The other day I wrote a post where I asked a question, “Can you fully accept what you are powerless to change?” It’s a difficult question because it is a living question. You have to decide again, again and yet again. It would be great if you could just decide once and … More 10 Things I Accept About 2017
I once worked with a young man in a residential treatment program who was experiencing significant stress and conflicts, both internally and in his relationships. On a particularly difficult day, he asked me “Is there a pill I can take to just make this easier?” I thought for a moment, then responded “I don’t know … More Trying to Live a Pain-Free Will Keep You Stuck
Making friends with your pain, your anger is not easy. But when you allow yourself to feel, to have your pain or anger or anxiety you can stop fighting. You save your energy so you can invest it in living. It’s difficult. I know. I am facing some uncomfortable emotions and pain that is honestly … More Can You Make Friends With Your Anger?
For article “There is More to Your Life than What You are Experiencing Today,” click on photo.
For article, “Are You at War with Your Pain or with the People in Your Life?” click on the photo. I write articles that talk about the kind of changes I am trying to make in my own life. I hope that my writing also helps you. My topics include addiction and mental health recovery, … More In Life, Healing is Optional