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5 Lies We’re Told About High-Functioning Alcoholics

When you hear the term “alcoholic,” people automatically think of someone who drinks too much and whose life is falling apart as a result. But not all problem drinking can be defined within those parameters. Some people can abuse alcohol, yet they’re able to achieve success in their personal and professional lives. Experts call these...

Since I started doing meth at 16, I haven’t gone longer than a week without using. I’m now 35.

I don’t know why I’m writing this. I suppose it’s to put it out there, even if it never gets read; I’ll still know I said it. I first injected that beautiful drug (meth) at a party when I was sixteen, shortly after I had my... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my blog for the full story, more meth resources and more! ]]

Alcoholism and Shame

Throughout my personal and professional experiences working with active and sober alcoholics I have noted a theme: shame.

Robin William's Suicide and Connection with Dual Diagnosis

I have been deeply impacted emotionally by the news of Robin William’s suicide...

Managing, Weight.

  As long as I’ve known that it’s socially important to have a “fit” body, I’ve been doing everything I can to maintain a certain shape. It started at eleven years old? Twelve? Maybe the first time I took my clothes off for a boy? Was it before that, when I realized that my mother […]

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