Public Schools & Substance Use

Public Schools & Substance Use Public school. It’s where the bulk of the American populus will spend the majority of their childhood and adolescence.

The Age of Anxiety

Living in the Age of Anxiety Anxiety. It's almost the most common mental health complaint of young people today.For most millennials, anxiety is listed as a number one complaint among mental health concerns across America. People are anxious, unnerved, worries and conflicted.  It's something that we have begun to hear of more and more over … Continue reading The Age of Anxiety

The Tragedy of an Overdose

The Tragedy of an Overdose Today, is international Overdose Awareness Day. I have struggled to find the words to begin. A lump in the back of my throats hangs stagnant, and I almost feel defeated. Almost. Instead, I feel anger. Angry that we have to devote an entire day, to the awareness of a disease. A … Continue reading The Tragedy of an Overdose

Cody’s Miracle

When you're in recovery, your friends die. Your friends die, a lot. That may seem brash, or cold, or dehumanizing; But I promise it isn't. It's a truth that I came to live with, the reality. Each death, while still heartbreakingly tragic- became less and less shocking. I was growing increasingly complacent. Until, that is, … Continue reading Cody’s Miracle

Dealing with Emotions

Unwanted emotions. How do you deal with emotions? As emotional beings of this earth, we all are inevitably going to feel a wide range of emotions. It is arguably, one of the characteristic traits of the human condition and being a sentient being on this planet. We know and understand on a core level, that we … Continue reading Dealing with Emotions