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21-Dec-2018

Celebrating Holidays in Recovery

Recovery and the holidays are an interesting tango. At first, the holidays can seem like the biggest test of will to those new to living drug and alcohol-free. Many people associate this time of year to the indulgence of substances. In early recovery, the remembrance of the highs and lows of past holidays can be an emotional rollercoaster.

The holidays are one of the most important time for 12 meeting groups, clubhouses and recovery centers to express fellowship. Newcomers and old timers alike often grow closer. Here’s a list of LGBTQ-specific 12 Step meetings in Palm Beach County.

To change up your mindset around the holidays it’s important for people in all stages…

02-Nov-2018

LGBT Affirming Care Addiction Treatment

LGBTQ addiction treatmentOur nation and the world-at-large continues to be afflicted by the devastating epidemic of the disease of addiction. Those affected are friends, family and loved ones from all walks of life. As is the case with most diseases, it is known that addiction does not discriminate. There are no types of individuals or communities of people that are invulnerable.

The reach of this condition is widespread. It is likely that most everyone knows somebody who has been through addiction treatment, but for those who have not experienced its nuances first-hand, the particulars are unclear. What is the addiction treatment experience like? For those who are LGBT, this question might also be…

11-Jul-2018

“Vogue” – Impoverished Women of Color & Trans Experience – My 1st Glimpse of Me

The basic human need to be watched was once satisfied by God.

In 1990 Madonna released her single “Vogue”. A window into a microcosm was opened for mainstream society peering at a staple and genius solely invented by the LBGTQ community. 1991’s Jennie Livingston’s documentary film “Paris is Burning” was the first time I witnessed a representation of people I found myself in and as a questioning teen it was the first time I found the language for what I was. I don’t know if I would have found the bravery to pursue my authenticity and my true being had I not stumbled upon this work of art in the seventh grade. I find it…

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Celebrating Holidays in Recovery

Recovery and the holidays are an interesting tango. At first, the holidays can seem like the biggest test of will to those new to living drug and alcohol-free. Many people associate this time of year to the indulgence of substances. In early recovery, the remembrance of the highs and lows of past holidays can be an emotional rollercoaster.

The holidays are one of the most important time for 12 meeting…

LGBT Affirming Care Addiction Treatment

LGBTQ addiction treatmentOur nation and the world-at-large continues to be afflicted by the devastating epidemic of the disease of addiction. Those affected are friends, family and loved ones from all walks of life. As is the case with most diseases, it is known that addiction does not discriminate. There are no types of individuals or communities of people that are invulnerable.

The reach of this condition is widespread….

“Vogue” – Impoverished Women of Color & Trans Experience – My 1st Glimpse of Me

The basic human need to be watched was once satisfied by God.

In 1990 Madonna released her single “Vogue”. A window into a microcosm was opened for mainstream society peering at a staple and genius solely invented by the LBGTQ community. 1991’s Jennie Livingston’s documentary film “Paris is Burning” was the first time I witnessed a representation of people I found myself in and as a questioning teen it was…

Fentanyl in Florida

As of October 2017 a law has been in effect in Florida that allows for drug dealers to be charged with felony murder if synthetic drugs they sold led to a death by overdose. Over the past decade the trend of either mixing lethal synthetic opioids into heroin or selling the synthetics themselves as heroin has spurred a drastic rise in overdose deaths throughout the U.S.

These synthetic opioids are exponentially more powerful and dangerous…