I dig deep a lot these days in meditation because it helps me understand who I am, what my purpose is, and where I should be going in life. Meditation has allowed me to bring peace and quiet to a crazy existence so I'm able to reflect on my deepest emotions in a controlled environment,... Continue Reading →
If you had a chance to take a substance that would tell you exactly how you were feeling so you can deal with those emotions right then and there, would you use it? “Have you learned about the importance of knowing how you’re feeling or why you’re feeling a certain way yet?” might be an... Continue Reading →
Marijuana, an Essential Piece of the Puzzle Missing in Alcohol/Addiction Recovery Programs One of the most important things we know about the studies done on marijuana is that it’s relatively safe, and since we know that it’s safe, we can self-experiment and apply the use on basically any human condition without much fear of something... Continue Reading →
Many people have the idea that once you stop drinking that everything else is off limits no matter how non-addictive it is, or how much it can help. Many people are basing their beliefs on old and uneducated ideas like Nancy Reagan’s “Just Say No” campaign back in the eighties. Since then, cannabis has been... Continue Reading →
It’s an established fact that alcohol is a depressant. When you drink alcohol, it hits certain receptors in your neurological system that dampens activity in the brain and causes a relaxed feeling in your entire body. It depresses feelings and emotions and allows you to feel like you don’t have a care in the world. Is that the alcohol that you remember? It was for me. If it sounds like a super drug, that’s because it is. Just because alcohol is socially acceptable, doesn’t mean that it’s not one of the most powerful drugs on the planet. It is so powerful in fact, that a person can die from the withdrawal. Alcohol pretends to love you so much that if you try and leave, it will try to kill you like a crazy ex!