Recovering Gratitude

It’s the ability to love and be loved, a willingness to forgive, it is compassion and celebrating the present. It is also something you want to pay forward.
– Lisa Simone – National Communications Director, FSRC

Recovering Gratitude

The Disease of Addiction and the Impact on the Family.

The Disease of Addiction and the Impact on the Family.

“It’s not your fault”, “if you think it is your fault there is help available”, “you don’t need to carry this around for the rest of your life, there is always room for forgiveness however there must be willingness”.  I am not sure how many times I say these phrases...

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My dad – a mover, shaker, and waffle maker

My dad – a mover, shaker, and waffle maker

My dad was many things and growing up his struggle was like an intermittent undercurrent pulling us down and swirling us in any direction without warning. He always had a job, we always had food on the table, he was kind, he was loved.  My dad was a good man.  My dad...

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Building a Harley bike; Building a relationship

Building a Harley bike; Building a relationship

In the summer of 2015 Darren and his 16-year-old son built a “facsimile” of a 1903 Harley Davidson Motorcycle and donated it to Fresh Start as a way to bond and thank the place that saved Darren’s life and created a new way of life for and stability for his son. A...

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