Tag Archives: recovery and relapse

Finding Meaning in Tragedy and Moving on Stronger

By: Nanette Stein I’ve experienced a unique situation that has taught me a surprising lesson about the scope of the human races’ ability to choose love over hate, understanding over anger, and belief over fear. I’d rather not have to … Continue reading

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What does recovery from mental illness and/or substance abuse and addiction mean to you?

By: Angela Escobar, MA, BCC Take a much-deserved moment to sit, appreciate, and reflect upon your journey to recovery. Believe it or not, there are many people out there that don’t realize that recovery is a true possibility for them.  … Continue reading

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Schizophrenia Case Study- John Forbes Nash

I don’t doubt that John Forbes Nash suffered with a mental disease for a large portion of his life, but I am unsure whether or not a Schizophrenic can just decide not to be Schizophrenic.  John Nash stated in his … Continue reading

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