Being creative doesn’t need to involve drugs or alcohol. 7 ways to be creative without drugs or alcohol here.
Is it possible to be creative without drugs? Absolutely! Here, Ted Brown tells his story, a musician in recovery who has learned that meditation, prayer, and perserverance lead to finding your true voice.
Songs about addiction and recovery from FireDean Schilling, and the story behind his music. An excellent resource for connecting and relating from one addict to another through music.
If you’re looking for a documentary on crack cocaine, check out Hitting Rock Bottom. This TV-style online documentary is an EXCELLENT teaching resource for prevention or addiction treatment. Why? We review here.
Advice for Christian women caught in addiction…from a woman and mother who’s been there. More on how Christian women and live free from addiction here.
NIDA has developed a portfolio of free resources for nurses, MDs, and clinicians to help identify drug use and abuse early…and to address it BEFORE abuse leads to addiction. More on the new initiative NIDAMED here.
Looking for hope in a Christian addiction recovery story? Check out Sober Mercies, a book written by a Christian who has experienced addiction, quit, and emerged without losing God in the process. More here.
The character defects of addicts are well-known in 12 step circles. But doesn’t every human have at least a few character defects? Dan Van Helden explores here.
Five ideas on how to express gratitude in addiction recovery. Plus, why gratitude is so important.
Need a current guide to addictions and their treatment? Recover to Live is the ticket. Why? A brief book review here.