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Inspiring Success on the Road to Recovery

Publishers Corner

In recovery for more than 25 years, I hope to make a difference in people’s lives and inspire them in their recovery.

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Which Rehabs are Legit?

Which Rehabs are Legit?

Trauma, Recovery, and Resilience

By Kathleen Parrish, MA, LPC, Clinical Director, Cottonwood Tucson  

It is difficult to watch the news today. There seems to be near daily reports of violence and unrest in our world. A friend recently told me she had made a conscious decision to eliminate television and other news sources from her life. She said it is too frightening and painful to watch the trauma happening around us. And do you know what? She is right. We are living in tumultuous times, with frequent reports of violence happening right in our own backyard. We are living in an atmosphere of increased tension, chaos, and ...Read More

Are Arizona Addicts for Sale?

By Jim Kreitler, CEO, Calvary Addiction Recovery Center


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Recreational marijuana? The price is too high

By Seth Leibsohn and Sheila Polk, AZ We See It

Advocates say we need to regulate pot like alcohol in Arizona, but their measure doesn’t even do that.

If insanity is repeatedly doing the same thing and expecting different results, no word better describes the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in Arizona.
Colorado and Washington, the first states to do this, have seen increases in teen use of marijuana, traffic fatalities and emergency room visits (including of toddlers) — all tied to marijuana. In Denver, home of most of the pot shops, more than one in three 11th- and 12th-graders are now regular marijuana users, an increase of 20.5 percent from ...Read More

Why College Kids Are Sobering Up and Enjoying Partying Without the Booze

The fun no longer outweighs the risks


By Andrea Jones

College and drinking: two concepts so closely linked that many students can’t conceive of one without the other. It may be surprising to learn binge drinking among college students has dropped 13% over the past decade. While it would be foolish to pretend binge drinking isn’t still prevalent on many campuses, this is a very significant (and fortunate) decrease.

What’s behind the fall in ...Read More

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Sonora Alliance Video: Debbie Moak and Seth Leibsohn discuss the adverse effects of legalizing Marijuana for recreational use in Arizona. Both Debbie and Seth appeared on Newsmaker Sunday with John Hook.


 

Guest/Monthly Columnists

Dr. Dina Evan

Dr. Dina Evan

Dr. Evan is a life/soul coach working with individuals, couples and corporations.

Bobbe McGinley
Bobbe McGinley

Bobbe McGinley MA, MBA, CADAC, LISAC, NCGC II, is a nationally known speaker, author, presenter and trainer.

Alan Cohen
Alan Cohen

Alan Cohen is the author of many inspirational books.

 


Cary Bayer
Cary Bayer

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