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In This Life

Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life? – Mary Oliver It’s a warm and sunny day in March … A block away, the massive cranes are lined up like soldiers as they move containers on and off the huge cargo ships [ ... ]

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A Man Walks Into a Bar

A man walks into a bar. No, wait. That’s the wrong story. A man walks into a bar A man walks out of a bar. The establishment has been his “safe place” for years. He [ ... ]

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  • From Peer to Peer

    From Peer to Peer: Mental Health Toolkit

    09/15/2014 // 0 Comments

    I am a blessed man. At age 40, I was badly in need of recovery and was one of the fortunate ones who received the help I needed. Granted, I met the prerequisites of being [ ... ]
  • CrossTalk

    CrossTalk

    09/11/2014 // 0 Comments

    CrossTalk is based on the premise that recovery life is polytely: frequently, complex problem-solving situations characterized by the presence of not one, but several endings. This writing represents decades of recovery and its application to life and how to get over it, into it or through it with spunk, levity and a good dose of reality. What? You want more than happy, joyous and free? Get over it. Just sayin’. – Mollé. [ ... ]
  • Young at Heart

    Kay’s Kitchen: Young at Heart

    09/11/2014 // 0 Comments

    I am writing this column on the cusp of my 69th birthday and in my 16th year of sobriety. As I didn’t really prepare for this sort of longevity, my age is a bit of an [ ... ]
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    BodyTalk: A Building Block to Happiness

    09/10/2014 // 0 Comments

    Okay, the title sounds a little corny – but it’s really true! Most people realize that protein gives us energy and helps build muscles. What most people don’t know, [ ... ]
  • Cluttered Lives Empty Souls
    Cluttered Lives, Empty Souls is an In Recovery Magazine quarterly series with information and practical advice about compulsive buying, spending, theft and hoarding. Terry [ ... ]
  • Recovery Tech

    Recovery Tech

    09/05/2014 // 0 Comments

    Technology has been a regular part of my daily life for as long as I can remember. As the co-founder of a Silicon Valley startup that merges technology with recovery, I am [ ... ]
  • Bob Kocher

    Travelin’ Sober Man

    09/05/2014 // 0 Comments

    Welcome to my new travel column for In Recovery Magazine. Each issue will offer you tips on destinations, how to find good deals, dos and don’ts for shopping vacations and [ ... ]
  • Dr. Deb - Creativity

    Dr. Deb: Creativity

    08/15/2014 // 0 Comments

    I am often referred to as “Dr. Deb” Laino, Delaware’s Premiere Sex Therapist. I am honored to have this title in so many ways. Since I will be a contributing writer [ ... ]
  • Meditation

    Meditations: Unacceptable Behavior

    07/09/2014 // 0 Comments

    Rationalization is giving a socially acceptable reason for socially unacceptable behavior, and socially unacceptable behavior is a form of insanity. — AA Big Book, p. [ ... ]
  • From Peer to Peer
    From Peer to Peer is a new column by Bill W. Bill brings his life experience to print in a series of articles dealing with the many aspects of recovery. In a series of [ ... ]

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