When I attended my first few Narcotics Anonymous meetings, I heard the term “pink cloud” used quite a lot, but I didn’t really know what it meant.
It’s 12 am, and you can’t sleep. Your mind is racing with thoughts about the past day, week, year. It’s impossible to relax.
Heroin may have been the most-discussed drug of 2015—and for good reason, as rates of deaths from heroin overdose
Heroin might be the most highlighted drug problem in America today, but benzodiazepines are trailing close behind—and the main users might surprise you.
My sponsor always says recovery isn’t for people that want it or people who need it, it’s for people who do it.
Pat Moore Foundation is excited to welcome Mr. Anthony M. Haskins, C.Ht. as a clinical component to our treatment team. Anthony facilitates monthly workshops for our clients to help them learn, grow and heal through Neuroplasticity and Guided Imagery.
If you’re in recovery and have a sponsor, there may be a time when you feel as if you chose the wrong type of sponsor for you. Maybe there is a personality clash or his or her tactics just aren’t what you need at the time. You may wonder if this is your fault but know that sponsor changing does occur in recovery and it’s alright. Most sponsors understand that not all personalities or mentor philosophies are a match.