Finding your way back home

A Place of Reguge

Life Management Resources is a place of refuge. It is from here that our patients find their way home from whatever difficulties life has presented them. Patients and their families…

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It Takes a Village

Sister Mary Ignatia (1889-1966) Born Della Mary Gavin in 1889 in Ireland, Sister Ignatia worked with Dr. Bob to help admit alcoholics into St. Thomas Hospital in Akron, Ohio, starting…

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Addiction – A Problem or a Solution?

Is it a Problem? Or is it a Solution? “Why do I or someone I love, continue to drink or use, despite the negative consequences?” This question has been asked…

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Alcohol and your brain study finds even moderate drinking is damaging

Alcohol and your brain: study finds even moderate drinking is damaging

Tony Rao, King’s College London It’s a well-known fact that drinking too much alcohol can have a serious impact on your health, including damaging your liver. But how much is…

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Dealing with Depression and Anxiety During the Pandemic

Pandemics can be stressful The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic may be stressful for people. Fear and anxiety about a new disease and what could happen can be overwhelming and…

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The Serenity Prayer – Wisdom

Serenity Prayer, Part 3 Wisdom – The Wisdom to Know the Difference We discussed the first step, which is asking for the Serenity to accept those things we cannot change,…

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Serenity Prayer – Courage

The Serenity Prayer – Part Two The Courage to Change the Things I Can The second section of the Serenity Prayer seems to beg the question, “if I have something…

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The Serenity Prayer

The Serenity Prayer In 1939 Reinhold Niebuhr, an American/German theologian, speaking to a small congregation in Massachusetts and reflecting on his sadness concerning the events in Germany prior to WWII,…

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