Blogs & Blog Posts on Recovery in Minnesota



Blogs on "Recovery"

Dear Body
I am a 40 yr old woman who's FINALLY starting to learn to love her bod...

I'm Free Now
Since Christ set me free in so many areas, I wanted to share that, and besi...

Blog Posts on Recovery

Book Review: Writers On The Edge by Addiction Inbox on Feb 4, 2012 in book review, recovery, addiction, addiction treatment, addiction booksA compendium of tough prose and poetry about addiction. Here’s a book I’m delighted to promote unabashedly. I even wrote a jacket blurb for it. I called it an “honest, unflinching book about addiction from a tough group of talented writers. Th...



it’s electric by The Extraordinary Ordinary on Feb 1, 2012 in depression, God, motherhood, recovery, Uncategorized  {photo credit} Everything was too hard yesterday. Like how the dish rag was in the bottom of the sink under all the dishes that were filled with water. Uncovering it and rinsing it out and ringing it out would just be too hard so I walked away...



730 times by The Extraordinary Ordinary on Jan 20, 2012 in addiction, free writing, God, motherhood, recovery, sobriety, UncategorizedIt’s been 2 years. 2 years 365 days plus 365 days or 24 hours strung together 730 times. I suppose I could go on with all kinds of numbers, but I’m terrible at math and the day must go on. That’s what they do, you know. The days go...



Mike Doughty Talks About “The Book of Drugs” by Addiction Inbox on Jan 14, 2012 in avant-garde rock, alternative rock, Soul Coughing, Mike Doughty, recovery, indie rock, M. DoughtyFormer Soul Coughing front man on sobriety and life as a solo artist. Over the phone, Mike Doughty doesn’t have much to say about his former band, Soul Coughing. When I mention it, he gives out a low growl as a warning. He said it all in The Book...



house guests by The Extraordinary Ordinary on Dec 22, 2011 in for my friends, motherhood, recovery, sobriety, storiesDid you know anxiety can be like an unwanted house guest? The kind that completely randomly shows up and doesn’t even really have a reason and then does things to hurt you? And you can stand there and wonder, Why did I feel so good yesterday or...



Nothing Organic About Rodale’s New Book on Addiction by Addiction Inbox on Dec 8, 2011 in drug addiction, Rodale, organic medicines, recovery, insurance, drug treatmentRaw carrots won’t cut it. How times have changed. You’ve heard of Rodale, the outfit that kicked off organic gardening in America, and publishes Prevention Magazine and Organic Gardening? Founded in 1947, the Rodale Institute’s mandate was to...



The way home, revisited by The Extraordinary Ordinary on Sep 11, 2011 in addiction, recovery, sobrietyToday I read an article in the October issue of Redbook magazine and was brought back to the beginning of my sobriety journey. Well, wait. Actually, I was brought back to my drinking days, too.  The article is about drinking mothers and features mys...



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