Monday, July 17, 2017

#MondayMotivation: Bondage Of Self | Weekly Meditation

































Whether we like to believe it or not, many of us block our purpose and happiness through bondage of self. We get so wrapped up in our old ideas and beliefs that we don’t let go of control. Somehow we believe that if we continue to control this person, place, or thing, it will work out in our favor. 

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#MondayMotivation: Bondage Of Self | Weekly Meditation

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Happy Father’s Day: Letting Go & Healing






























It can be a difficult time for some as we approach Father’s Day, especially when addiction is involved. You may either be struggling with your dad’s addiction, you may be the father of an addict, or you may have lost them all together.

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Happy Father’s Day: Letting Go & Healing

DEA Releases Full List Of Drug Slang For 2017


































The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Intelligence Report has released the 2017 drug slang list, or drug slang code words, for law enforcement, community officials, and the public. This list could help you identify drug abuse and drug sales in your community.

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DEA Releases Full List Of Drug Slang For 2017

Monday, June 5, 2017

#MondayMotivation: Hakuna Matata | Weekly Meditation

































Just for today, I will accept my life on lifes terms and I will implement “Hakuna Matata” when I feel alone, scared, or unsure. I will believe in hope and I will believe in miracles because even if my beliefs are shaken up, I know that my faith will help carry me through. Just for today, I will let go and let God.

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#MondayMotivation: Hakuna Matata | Weekly Meditation

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

I Support Mental Health Awareness Month






























May is Mental Health Awareness Month! There’s no better time to spread awareness of mental health issues and reduce the stigmas associated with them.  Suffering from a mental illness is nothing to be ashamed of. 

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I Support Mental Health Awareness Month