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National Addiction Awareness Week

As National Addiction Awareness Week draws close, I reflect on what it means and how we can educate and help local communities. As someone who has worked on four continents and over 20 years, I feel privileged to be in a position to be able to help someone who is struggling with addictions. No one is […]
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Pandemic and Opioid Crisis

“It might be quite uplifting to fly as steeply as a kite in the open air. Victims of opioid addiction who receive effective treatment and recover share the same sentiment.” As the Pandemic rages on and we are experiencing another wave of increased COVID-19 deaths, all the media has fallen silent in reporting another ongoing […]
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If Only

Imagine it is January 2022. The vaccine roll-out has taken longer than expected and coronavirus is still impacting day-to-day life. You’re in another six-week lockdown after multiple lockdowns in 2021. A family member passed away and you could not attend the funeral or say goodbye in person.   In January 2021, only school children were out and about. That stopped by March again. All businesses are promoting online work. You “meet” your […]
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We All Could do With a Little Help!

I often say “If not for the women in their lives, men would be crawling to get help.” It is the grandmothers, mothers, aunts, sisters, friends, girlfriends, wives, daughters, and other women around men who encourage and even push them to get help. No wonder, married men live longer! The innate ability to keep going, […]
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