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The painted face on a door appears youthful and innocent. A young woman with a promising future. But Jordan Fugate has lived a life of alcoholism, drug abuse even prison. “So I spent three and a half years incarcerated and when I was released that’s when I moved here. So that’s a pretty good clue…

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POST WRITTEN BY: MARC CHERNOFF Retrieved from: http://www.marcandangel.com/2014/05/11/12-rituals-happy-successful-people-practice-every-day/ 12 Rituals Happy, Successful People Practice Every Day                                  “The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.” ―Ralph Waldo Emerson Every day Angel and I work…

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why change is so difficult (and 9 ways to make it easier). by BROCK HENRY     Retrived from: http://strategicsimplicity.com/why-change-is-so-difficult-and-9-ways-to-make-it-easier  Let’s face it…change is hard. It really is. Sometimes, it’s downright painful. Because of that, most of us (myself certainly included) tend to shy away from it. If we’re honest about it, “run” from it might…

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NFL-NFLPA finalize revised substance abuse policy; Josh Gordon ban cut By John Breech | CBSSports.com September 19, 2014 3:46 pm ET     Retrieved from: This website Josh Gordon can return to the Browns after he sits out 10 games. (USATSI) After months of negotiating, the NFL and NFLPA have announced that the two sides have…

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Wellness! Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has a model for holistic wellness that utilizes the balance of wellness in eight different dimensions. Maintaining wellness in multiple aspects of one’s life is optimal for those who might be feeling unbalanced and down. This model captures a clear picture of the multiple aspects leading…

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I found this quote in a book I was reading the other day and it really spoke to me. “Between stimulus and response there is a space. In that space is our power to choose our response. In our response lies our growth and freedom.” –Viktor Frankl I found this statement to be quite profound.…

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Recovery means finding peace and comfort with the demons some of us call addiction. It is coming to a place of harmony and personal balance with the presence of my problems in my everyday life, yet not allowing them to have a toxic influence in either my life or that of those around me.  It…

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