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Corey Hirsch’s Story of Struggle & Recovery

Corey Hirsch’s Story of Struggle & Recovery

– So I’m with the Rangers, they’re on a Stanley Cup run. I’m the third goalie and the practice goalie, and I’ve got to just hang in there and I’m having panic attack after panic attack, and I’m dying inside.… Continue Reading

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Amelia Grumbach’s Mental Health Recovery Story | PeaceLove

Amelia Grumbach’s Mental Health Recovery Story | PeaceLove

Hello. Wow, there are a lot of people here, like, um. How is everyone? Is everyone having fun, enjoying themselves? I’m having a lot of fun actually, being on this side of it and not being able to watch things,… Continue Reading

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CRISIS: Veterans, mental health & the wounds we cannot see | psychology recovery & military

CRISIS: Veterans, mental health & the wounds we cannot see | psychology recovery & military

Hey everybody. Happy Thursday! Now if you didn’t know tomorrow is Veterans Day in the U.S. What is Veterans Day you might wonder? Veterans Day is a day where all of those who served in our U.S. Military are celebrated… Continue Reading

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Schizoaffective Disorder – Bipolar Type: Living in Recovery & Loving it.

Schizoaffective Disorder – Bipolar Type: Living in Recovery & Loving it.

My Name is Sarah Hancock and I am the Community Placement Coordinator at NAMISan Diego. I Have a really exciting job. But, I’d like to tell you a little bit about my personal Journey. Um. It’s funny, you could look… Continue Reading

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Wil Wheaton on Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Chronic Depression, and Recovery

Wil Wheaton on Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Chronic Depression, and Recovery

My name is Wil Wheaton, I am an actor, writer, and producer. I have generalized anxiety disorder, and I have, I forget the exact medical term for it, but it’s sort of like chronic depression. I wasn’t aware of how… Continue Reading

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How Important Is Parent Involvement In Recovery?!? Facebook Friday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

How Important Is Parent Involvement In Recovery?!? Facebook Friday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

– Hey everyone, it’s finally Friday. I’m so excited. It’s been a really long week. Ah, but Friday has arrived. Hooray, and today I’m actually going to do five questions so I’m not going to do a journal topic, ’cause… Continue Reading

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How do I overcome my apathy for recovery? Twitter Thursday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

How do I overcome my apathy for recovery? Twitter Thursday! #KatiFAQ | Kati Morton

– Hello everybody, happy Thursday! And when it’s Thursdays here at KatiMorton.com, that means that I’m on Twitter! So if you asked your questions using the hashtag #KatiFAQ, I found ’em, and I have three today, and I have a… Continue Reading

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Understanding the Recovery Model of Healing: Seeds and Weeds

Understanding the Recovery Model of Healing: Seeds and Weeds

Recovery is a word with many meanings. It could mean healing a broken bone so you can get back to running marathons. It could mean learning to live a healthy and productive life after being addicted. It could mean creating… Continue Reading

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4 Common Relapse Triggers To Avoid In Early Sobriety And Recovery

4 Common Relapse Triggers To Avoid In Early Sobriety And Recovery

So you’ve stopped drinking and using drugs. Excellent work, amigo! Or maybe you’re looking to do this but you’re not quite sure what to expect while being clean and sober. So, in this video, we’re gonna go over four common… Continue Reading

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Suicide is a Choice. psychology, recovery and mental health help with therapist Kati Morton

Suicide is a Choice.   psychology, recovery and mental health help with therapist Kati Morton

Hey everybody, happy Thursday Now today’s question actually comes from YouNow. Have you been on YouNow? Have you watched me live? You should come hang out. It’s super fun and I try to do at least one to two a… Continue Reading