ENTRY: The Powerful Cement

Page 17. Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Original copyright 1939. The part that I highlighted is simply [and stunningly] beautiful.  This roughly 80-year-old book is often regarded much in the same way the Bible is, which is truly amazing.  Moreover, even though Big Blue is basically a done-deal, it will never cease to astound me … Continue reading ENTRY: The Powerful Cement

C4A: Medical Discrimination Against Addicts is a Real Problem

  @CAllAddicts Many people suffering from Addiction have serious medical problems.Medical Discrimination against Addicts is HUGE in medical profession, yet not being addressed. My Granddaughter Died in Horrific medical condition from being Denied proper medical treatment... pic.twitter.com/y6F5EV3GpB — Patty Caldwell (@tiredofgop) July 30, 2018  

From1-2-1: Slow Time

I appreciate all of the your patience with me and my delayed posting to the blog, as of late!  Let me just say that first of all, I will never abandon this blog out of non-interest, that I can pledge.  However, in the last couple weeks, I've since started my brand new job as the … Continue reading From1-2-1: Slow Time

From1Addict2Another: Much-Anticipated Conclusion to Author Saffold’s Addiction Story

First, here's a little self-penned background info about our centerfold Dave Saffold: David J. Saffold is an author, coach, pastoral counsellor, and minister living in Nashville, TN.  His new book, uniquely titled A Beginner’s Guide To Perfection, is an endearing, eye-opening foray into the ominous underground world of drug & alcohol addiction.  The book also … Continue reading From1Addict2Another: Much-Anticipated Conclusion to Author Saffold’s Addiction Story

ENTRY: A Parent’s Perspective

'My Daughter’s Addiction Has Made Me Stronger' ~ When you hear about someone with an addiction overdosing and dying, you might think of how depressing it is that this person was willing to do these things to themselves for so long, and so hard that it kills them. If you don’t have an addicted loved … Continue reading ENTRY: A Parent’s Perspective

MEDIA: Under the Bridge

Just about everyone knows "Under the Bridge" by the Red Hot Chili Peppers.  A lot of people know, too, that the song does in fact pertain to drug addiction.  Many alt-rock/indie-rock bands from the early '90s were experiencing major woes when it came to the various members engaging in illicit drug use.  Obviously, partying is … Continue reading MEDIA: Under the Bridge

MEDIA: Muse du Jour

I was feeling inspired today.  You know, that's one thing I truly love about being sober.  It feels so good and fulfilling to experience real emotions again.  And it could be any emotion.  I remember having a somewhat curious bout of constant crying spells about a month into sobriety.  I know this has happened to … Continue reading MEDIA: Muse du Jour

ART: The Apprehensive Addict

I've been to many invigorating AA meetings.  And I get it; some meetings are most certainly not as fulfilling as others.  Also, it's plausible that some addicts or alcoholics might have had a negative experience related to attending a meeting, and it might be why he or she doesn't continue to go.  This is part … Continue reading ART: The Apprehensive Addict

ENTRY: Grateful for Music

In addition to my traditional life posts, self-penned prayer posts, and brilliant ‘Big Book’ excerpts, I am also going to deem this blog an online photo journal now, too. I happened to snap a bunch of photos from my whole birthday weekend as it was forecasted to be fun, but busy. Additionally, I wanted to, I suppose, … Continue reading ENTRY: Grateful for Music