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Gratitude in Early Addiction Recovery

What are you grateful for today? There’s so many possible answers: To be alive, to be sober, to have your family talking to you, to see the sun shining, to feel the grass on your feet, to have the chance at a better life. Having...

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6 Ways to Let Go & Get Out of a Recovery Rut

In recovery, “letting go” doesn’t mean you have to stop caring. It means you have to let go of the things that don’t positively serve you and your recovery. When people take this 12-Step principle to heart and find true happiness and fulfillment, they’re...

Manic Mondays and Such

Manic Monday Have you ever heard the expression "Manic Monday"? I swear it must have been coined by someone who works in the field of addiction treatment. Sometimes I walk into Monday morning staffing with what seems like "umpteen" issues coming at me like rapid...

Divine Intervention

BRC Recovery For many years, I bought into the delusion that if I wanted to stop using, I would. “I just don’t want to,” was my response to family members and loved ones who watched me face external and internal consequences repeatedly.  Despite the uncontrollable...

My Journey Through Sobriety

Before arriving at BRC Before arriving at BRC I was a broken man. Struggling in life, jobless, penniless, drowning in alcohol, drugs, and misery, a shell of my former self. Not knowing where or how I went wrong in life, I was lost. Fortunately my worried, loving,...

The Power of Hope

I must be the Greatest When he beat Liston in 1964 and said "I must be the Greatest", I was 11 and average. From that moment on, I wanted to be great.” -Thomas Henderson, former Dallas Cowboy I had the opportunity last week to attend the...

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