Tag Archives: addiction

Betrayal

He betrayed you—maybe more than once. Then he changed. Now what? There are few people harder to trust than an addict. He will look you right in the eye and tell you he’s clean, tell you he has finally kicked … Continue reading

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What If….

How Did You Get Here? It is a question I have answered and threaded throughout Real Life of an MSW. Therefore, I was happy to learn it is the core question of Kim Boguck’s the If Project and her documentary … Continue reading

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Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope

You ever read a memoir that feels less like you’re reading, and more like you’re having a beautiful conversation? That’s how I felt while reading Karamo Brown’s memoir, appropriately titled “Karamo: My Story of Embracing Purpose, Healing, and Hope”. Like … Continue reading

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Kindness Gone Awry

I am always curious what happens to someone- call it a professional hazard. I came across this article “Kind act nets homeless man a windfall but struggle with addition persists” in my pile and knew from the news that it … Continue reading

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Filial Obligation

“While aging brings challenges to mind and body, it can also lead to an expansion in other realms. There is an abundance of emotional and social knowledge; qualities which scientists are beginning to define as wisdom . . . the … Continue reading

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