Neil’s Story: An Article Written About The Kindergarten Mentality on OneStep.life

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INSPIRATION – STORIES

Becoming the Father I Wanted to Be through Recovery: Neil’s Story

Years of carrying around unhealthy coping mechanisms in a hard-driving industry spawned addiction in Neil’s life that ship-wrecked relationships and brought tremendous challenges. A new approach of re-learning how to think brought breakthrough, which has opened up opportunities to reconnect with family in ways he never thought possible.
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It was wonderful getting together with the awesome people at OneStep.life for this article! What makes it even more special is that we are getting together to help other people and that always makes a difference when there is purpose. There are so many great stories there that will inspire, motivate, and educate on the effects of alcoholism and how people are recovering. Take some time to check out the entire site!
Clicking the article will take you directly to OneStep.life Here’s an overview of what the great people at OneStep.org do!

Overview

OneStep is a content platform that inspires, empowers and connects individuals to quality, ethical resources that bring hope and health around mental health and other life challenges. We seek to address the fact that 85% of Americans with addiction challenges are not getting care. By removing barriers to help and hope, OneStep aims to encourage individuals to get help, and start their growth process, sooner.

We are a group of people who have been affected by addiction directly, so we approach these topics from a place of personal experience, appreciation of the challenge, and persistent hope. OneStep recognizes the unique, personal journey that mental health challenges pose, and seeks to aid individuals and families touched by them at multiple points along their journey. Whatever that journey holds, we believe that hope and connection are powerful catalysts for change.

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