Rain cannot keep good people from coming down to Eastwood Field to celebrate success, network with resources and create a stronger community. Still time to come out and join in!
Battle Depression. You have to fight your depression. You have to face it and deal with it. Here are some things that you can do to fight depression. Find a group. Become part of some organized group. Church, team, social organization or whatever. Get involved become part of something beyond yourself. Find like-minded people […] via … More Fight Depression — Let’s Be Frank
Austin Kleon on the need to gain a sense of ownership over our online lives: “Back [in 2013], the worst I felt social media did was waste your time. Now, the worst social media does is cripple democracy and ruin your soul.” via You Don’t Have to Live in Public — Discover
I recently heard something that stuck with me all week. If you went to watch a loved one compete in a marathon and were standing at the finish line trying to cheer them on–what would you say? Chances are the positive, affirming statements and cheers would burst out as you watched every step they took … More What Would You Say?
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The rain could not stop good people from coming out! Sunshine was plenty as the day went on where survivors shared their stories, talked of loved ones they miss and supported each other to make a stronger community. There are people who can help. Please call us at 330-372-2200 to learn more about the resources … More Walk Against Heroin
Help and hope for intimate partners dealing with substance abuse. Are you involved with someone whose substance use is bothering you? How do you cope with an intimate relationship that is affected by drugs or alcohol? Living with a spouse, partner or significant other who exhibits a drinking or drug problem can have devastating effects … More GROUP FOR PARTNERS OF SUBSTANCE USERS
“At that moment, I realized that I had lived my life in a room that was so loud, all I could do every day was deal with how loud it was. But with the help of my wife, my doctor, and medical science, I found a doorway out of that room.” via My name is Wil … More My name is Wil Wheaton. I live with chronic depression, and I am not ashamed. — Discover