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Crossroads Recovery Coaching Blog
No Matter What
A decision I made when I hit bottom in sobriety made it possible for me to stay sober.
A brief History of Recovery Coaching
A brief history on how I developed Recovery Coaching.
From Lousy to Great: The territory of Recovery Coa
This was published January 2014 on the blog site of the International Coach Federation.
Why I teach Harm Reduction
10 Tips for Staying in Recovery
Seven Things You Really Ought to Know About Hep C
My mother, my sister and I all got Hep C. Only one of us was an IV drug user. Hep C is the most common blood borne disease. It has surpassed HIV/AIDs in deaths per capita. Most of ...
Fun with Food: its the right thing to do
Problem Drinking: The Help I Could Have Used
Many of us knew we had problems related to over-drinking, but couldn't get the help we wanted. Here is the type of help I wanted but couldn't get. Now you can. ...
Some Thoughts about Opiate Deaths
More and more people are dying of opiate overdoses. It didn't used to be that common. Find out why people are dying and what we can do about it.