Reggie the Recovery Dog ✌️✌️ Reggie the Recovery Dog and I were talking. He had the following thesis he wanted me to post– Quote from Reggie – “IF WE MOVED ACUTE CLINICAL ADDICTION TREATMENT SERVICES TO HEALTHCARE WE COULD REDUCE SOME OF THE CORRUPTION AND RAISE THE BAR ON SERVICES” Wow–Reggie is fired up Addiction doesn’t…

Finding your tribe by Jeanne Foot – The Recovery Concierge The hardest challenge I faced when in early sobriety was that I didn’t know where I fit in. You may think I am joking, something that fundamental was so hard to do.  I was caught between two lifestyles; my old queen bee, party girl, (and…

Flash Fiction “Booze And Blood” by Gregg Anderson Am I really here? “Our description of the alcoholic, the chapter to the agnostic and our personal adventures before and after make clear three pertinent ideas: (a) That  we were alcoholic, and could not manage our own lives, (b) That probably no human power could have relieved…

Addiction in Fiction They say once a junkie, always a junkie, but this is ridiculous. I haven’t been dead more than a few hours and I already need a fix. And so begins Charlie Miner’s second chance at life in my first book, Down Solo. A sad-sack, strung-out PI, Charlie took a bullet to the…

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