It is so easy to be tolerant of others (even our enemies) when we feel physically well, spiritually fit, and emotionally stable, but it can be very difficult when all three of those things are not in order. Full blog here: #DetoxMonday: Practice Tolerance
Have you seen the new 2016 Budweiser Super Bowl ad? Helen Mirren, a seasoned actress who described herself as, “a notoriously frank and uncensored British lady,” is this year’s Budweiser PSA spokesperson.
Conrad Hilton has been sentenced to 90 days in inpatient rehab. The 21-year-old hotel heir and brother of Paris and Nicky Hilton entered the treatment for violating his probation. This, after a judge denied a request by authorities to put Conrad in jail for 60 days. More here: Conrad Hilton Ordered to Rehab
Just recently, ESPN analyst Jay Williams was the subject of an interview conducted by Sports Illustrated. To promote his new memoir, “Life is Not an Accident,” Williams discussed the motorcycle accident that ended his career and its aftermath. Learn more here.: ESPN’s Jay Williams Opens Up About Addiction to Painkillers
Pain comes in all forms, like emotional and physical, and it’s different for each person. Many people believe that feeling any form of pain is considered a weakness, but I think it’s actually the opposite. More on this meditation here.: #DetoxMonday: Pain Is Inevitable; Suffering Is Optional
Just remember that being codependent doesn’t mean you are a bad person or that your partner is a bad person, it just means there is work that needs to be done in order for you and your partner to be the healthiest version of yourselves.
It’s no secret that opioids have played a key role in a growing national crisis here in the United States. From drug policy reform to politics, the conversation about prescription drug use and addiction is getting louder. Learn more here.: New Study: 90% Of Overdose Patients Get More Drugs
The first twelve step program, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), has been questioned a lot by society despite being one of the most effective and commonly sought long-term recovery options for alcoholism. Read more here.: Is The AA Twelve Step Program Effective?