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    Thanks to Jodie G. for submitting this piece. So, I woke up today (my usual cheerful self in the mornings🥴), letting

    By Leslie Cappiello His death. Unexpected and sudden. Happy and grounded he seemed at this stage in his life at thirty

    By: Richard "Shane" Johnson Nowhere to be, free as I want. It’s either a dream, a realm, Or could even be my hell! Just

    What is a Recovery Journey? It's both an individual story of your personal journey from addiction to recovery and a communal story that relates to the

    Creativity Can Play an Important Role in Addiction Recovery A novelist in recovery said he believed drinking made him a better

    The Power of Imagination in Psychotherapy Therapy emphasises the importance of exploring our minds, seeking truth or clarity and uncovering our past.

    Equilibrium, Truth, and Hope: What It's Like to Be a Writer in Recovery We speak to four accomplished writers about their writing

    Tennessee Williams, F Scott Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Cheever, Carver, Berryman… Six giants of American literature – and all addicted to alcohol.

    Author: Justin A. Curmi I: A Cheap Flight  Floral containing sandwich-ziploc bag of parched mind-altering substance; urging  to be inhaled through an inferno drag       while

    How does she coax a rose from a stone? Cold flat surface and non-dimensional plane. Heavy burden of stone, lifeless, exhausted, no

    Our Ground Time Will Be Brief Pressure on figs makes them sweeter. —Arabic saying   If only your date of death were slipped under

    Zopiclone  Author: Annie K. PM. Zopiclone.  Zo. Pic. Lone. Zo. Zo, zo tired. Wash your fatigue over me, like a welcome wave on hot feet burnt by sand. Pic. Pic

    When Sorority Noise sang, "Just last week, I slept 8 hours total. I barely sleep." I felt that. Back when I

    Every addict is an egomaniac with an inferiority complex. I’m no different. The first flight had been cancelled. Two hours before

    On a given day, I might take 70 mg of Adderall to stay alert, focused, and energized for the duration

    I was never high enough. My body defied odds of survival. A regular EF5 tornado. He was my treatment center roommate