This past Wednesday I attended KPCC’s very first addiction support group for family members and loved ones of addicts. I’m not an addict myself - that’s not to say I couldn’t be. Addiction doesn’t discriminate. It doesn’t affect a specific race, gender, age group or social class. Addiction can creep up on anyone. I won’t get into the dynamics of the group, other than to say it's both supportive and educational in nature. But I can tell you [...]

2022-03-21T17:17:51-04:00January 29th, 2016|Addiction, Counseling|0 Comments

And Now the Roof

So I know that many people in the world don't have a roof, or have a roof and little food and no clean water. Even in Charleston, there are people in a tent city by the river with no real roof to speak of. And at the same time, when I finally got the car out of the driveway, and got the kids to school, and made it in to work, and picked the kids up, and got [...]

2016-06-15T16:59:27-04:00January 28th, 2016|Counseling|0 Comments

Shoveling Out

Shoveling out after the big storm of 2016 I had a lot of time to think about stuff. The work of shoveling out is kind of like dealing with a life problem. If I address the situation of the snow right away, it is still light, and easy to clear. It will take some work and commitment to go at it right away, but it will also take half the time, and even half the effort. Sometimes though, [...]

2016-06-15T17:01:14-04:00January 25th, 2016|Counseling, Inspiration|0 Comments
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