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      LEARN TO ACCEPT ALL OF YOU

      We live in a funny world where we treat different aspects of us separately. There are parts of us we run from and parts of us we love. There are emotions we deny and emotions we supply. There are masks we wear to play different parts in our lives and there are secrets which we… Continue reading LEARN TO ACCEPT ALL OF YOU

      MIND YOUR MEN -RUTLAND CENTER’S MESSAGE FOR FATHER’S DAY

      Here’s why The Rutland Center are encouraging you to mind your men this Fathers Day  In 2016, 65% of the people who entered residential treatment for addiction treatment in the Rutland Centre, were men. The majority of these men were aged between 25 and 44 years and the second largest age group was the 45… Continue reading MIND YOUR MEN -RUTLAND CENTER’S MESSAGE FOR FATHER’S DAY

      ALCOHOLISM – IS IT A DISEASE? By Kelly Brogan, MD

      Do you struggle with your relationship to alcohol? Have you been told you’re an addict? My family is rife with “alcoholics”, most of whom are “recovered”. The dominant narrative is that alcohol made them sick and sobriety has offered them their lives back. To my eyes, however, there’s something important missing from this all-or-nothing approach… Continue reading ALCOHOLISM – IS IT A DISEASE? By Kelly Brogan, MD

      FINALLY SOBER – MY JOURNEY TO RECOVERY

      SHOOT AND ARTICLE WERE PRINTED IN THE SUNDAY INDEPENDENT’S LIFE MAGAZINE ON AUGUST 21ST 2016 A life without alcohol: That sentence used to cause such turmoil and internal panic I would go and drink. Sounds stupid or maybe even funny to some of you but in reality for a lot of us the thought of… Continue reading FINALLY SOBER – MY JOURNEY TO RECOVERY