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Cannabis Spice & Legal Highs Group Aug 3
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Anttention Media Africa 31m
An amazing article by for anyone looking at honestly appraising their social media/online habits. Follow, like, retweet let's grow this page freely helping humanity.
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Renee Hodges Author Aug 1
This just in: Saving Bobby is a 2020 International Book Award winner. Lots more to share with you soon, so stay tuned!
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The SUN Network 21h
KC features in Cambridgeshire Recovery Service newsletter, Reconnection Issue 14, talking about the work The SUN Network does, and the work he does with drug and alcohol services. Take a look and let us know your thoughts 🙂
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Tim Fargo 😷 Aug 1
"Experience is not what happens to you, it is what you do with what happens to you." - Aldous Huxley
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Addictive Eaters Anonymous Jul 27
The individual who makes a call to AEA, decides whether or not the programme is for them. No one can make that decision for them. AEA does not provide counselling, medical advice or treatment, or rehabilitation services.
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Cornerstone of Recovery Aug 1
We can't guarantee an end to personal, professional or legal troubles. We can't guarantee you riches. But we can guarantee you, if you allow us to help & are willing to give it your best effort, is some peace of mind.
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Melting Pot Jul 27
Bruce Mathieu shares how he tries to lead by example and shows other ex-offenders that recovery is possible, even for him who has served 5 prison sentences over 20 years. Apple Podcasts: Spotify:
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The Haynes Clinic 17h
Towards the end of my drinking my day focussed entirely on alcohol; thinking about it, hiding it, lying about it. I was terrified of rehab but from the first day I knew I was where I was meant to be. Read more
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Rehab 4 Addiction 3h
Preventing Cocaine Rise in Society Is An Important Element In Addiction Recovery. Follow The Link Below To Understand More About Addiction Prevention:
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Narconon Louisiana New Life Retreat Jul 26
Dealing With Feelings of Guilt Addiction has a lasting effect on both the addict and their family. One of the hardest parts of the healing process is dealing with things that occurred in the past Read more:
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In A City Like Yours Podcast Jul 28
Interview with Jake LeClair_July_08_2020 Scott chats with Jake, the founder of Emerge Resilient, which is a powerful process for faster, sustainable recovery with a holistic treatment program utilizing equine therapy Listen Here
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Port 45 Recovery Jul 27
Port 45 Recovery has State-of-the-Art Facilities Designed Specifically for You. Medical Offices in Columbus and Portsmouth. Addiction Treatment Services.
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David Sanchez 9h
After working with digital marketing agencies who did not help them grow, he gathered a talented team of professionals and started Digitalis. Digitalis exists to fight addiction and save lives.
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Redeeming Grace Ministries Aug 1
“For I am about to do something new. See, I have already begun! Do you not see it? I will make a pathway through the wilderness. I will create rivers in the dry wasteland.” Isaiah 43:19 (NLT)
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Come As You Are Jul 28
Has shame ever led you to unplug almost entirely from your friends and family? This is a common scenario with folks who have an . Such confinement can worsen the harmful addiction cycle, causing one to hit “rock bottom.”
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Anthony Chambers Aug 1
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Narconon Louisiana New Life Retreat Aug 2
Signs that Alcohol Use Is Getting Dangerous Alcohol may be one of the most overlooked addictive substances when it comes to the damage it can cause. Heavy short-term use... Read more:
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David Sanchez Aug 2
Nutrition in recovery is not the first thing people think about when trying to stay sober.  Of course, therapies and medications are vital, but so is nutrition.
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Come As You Are 19h
Growing vegetables was Jim Goforth’s ticket to a better quality of life. A heroin and cocaine for 14 years, Goforth said he has stayed clean for the past seven years. But before then, his outlook was bleak.
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