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The Impossible Made Possible

Originally posted on Who Moved My Tree:
Yesterday was a good day, but it was also bittersweet.  We celebrated the life of a man I had only known for about 3 years.  But, in those 3 years, he was a…

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Posted in Sharing Our Stories, Testimonies

Monica Lewinsky: Turning her Pain into Good

Lately I’ve been viewing life through the lens of the identity challenges we face.  Monica Lewinsky’s recent TED Talk, The Price of Shame, was ripe with examples of the intense scrutiny, shame, and pain we face in the process of

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Posted in Recovery Principles, Sharing Our Stories

The Legacy of Leaves

Approaching the second anniversary of my sister’s passing has been extremely difficult. She was my only sibling and best friend in the world. Living without her is a daily struggle.

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Posted in Sharing Our Stories

The Campsite of Life

When we were kids, we used to enjoy camping.  And whenever we were ready to leave our campsite, we were always told, “Remember to leave the campsite better than when you found it.” This has become my metaphor for life

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Posted in Sharing Our Stories
Special Meeting Announcement

Official Monday night CR meetings are temporarily suspended and will resume January 2018. All are welcome to attend a weekly ‘Healing is a Choice’ group on Monday nights at 7PM, 10/2-12/18/2017, at the same location.

Check the national CR meeting locator for other local programs. (http://locator.crgroups.info/)

Location & Time:
425-392-8636
Monday evenings, 7 PM, men's accountability group, in the UnderGround Cafe.
No meetings on holidays.
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