Finding our Joy

Finding our Joy

When we’ve spent years of our lives grappling with addiction, we can lose our connection to our inner selves and to our joy. Many of us struggle with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety which cause us to live in fear and sadness, further disconnecting us from our true selves. We feel lost…

Living From a Place of Serenity

Living From a Place of Serenity

Living with addictions often means we’ve become accustomed to living with inner turmoil, serious conflict in our relationships, and very difficult life circumstances. Feeling calm and at peace can feel distant and impossible, but we can make the choice to prioritize serenity in every moment. We have more control over our thoughts and emotions than…

Geriatric Depression

Geriatric Depression

We may just viewed people who are depressed as young people who are dealing with the stresses of school or finding a job or supporting their family. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, more than two million people ages 65 and older have some form of depression. It is important that depression is…

Methamphetamine Effect on the Brain

Methamphetamine Effect on the Brain

Methamphetamine is a stimulant drug that is powerful and highly addictive which can cause irregular heartbeat, psychosis, and heart failure. This drug can also do some permanent brain damage while other parts of the brain can be healed. It is important to know just how much damage methamphetamine can do to your brain so that…

Marijuana For Cancer Patients

Marijuana For Cancer Patients

Marijuana are the dried buds and leaves of the cannabis sativa plant used in herbal remedies for centuries. While recreational marijuana may not be legal, there are many states that legalize marijuana for medicinal uses like cancer. Medicinal marijuana can be helpful to cancer patients to treat side effects like nausea, vomiting, and neurological pain…