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The Ladder

by Guest Author

Posted on March 07, 2017 at 20:16 PM

“The Ladder” is a short story written by an L+C member, Greg R. He wrote the story during his time at Calvary Healing Center, and he wants to share it with The Life Challenge community. Enjoy!   “Again?” He thought to himself… How can this be happening again! Coming to his senses in an unfamiliar […]

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6 Things to accomplish in the next 30 days

by Will Hart

Posted on February 15, 2017 at 22:35 PM

    Hello everyone! I hope 2017 is going well for you so far. As we are half way through February, I hope you had a chance to complete some of our challenges from last month. If not, have no fear the L+C team is here to give you five brand new challenges for the […]

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Unplug

by Hudson Jones

Posted on February 01, 2017 at 21:24 PM

It’s been thirteen years since Facebook was founded and ten years since the first iPhone was released. In early 2013 smartphone sales surpassed the sale of standard cell phones, and now there more than 2 billion smartphone users worldwide. With social media notifications, news updates, phone calls, texts and emails all within arm’s reach the […]

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5 Things to accomplish in the next 30 days

by Will Hart

Posted on January 15, 2017 at 12:00 PM

As we are quickly moving through the new year the Life Challenge team is working hard to make 2017 the best year yet. So we thought we would go ahead and start the year off right with another 30 day challenge. So here we go! Good luck!   Volunteer at a Charity Let’s start the [...]

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New Year = New Goals

by Hudson Jones

Posted on January 01, 2017 at 09:00 AM

As we begin the New Year, a great opportunity lies before us. The holidays are over, and everything that happened in the year before is in the past. Now we can look forward at the year ahead and decide what we want to do with it! A good way to choose what you want to […]

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Just For Today: An Interview with G.E. Partin

by Hudson Jones

Posted on November 20, 2016 at 17:00 PM

Singer/songwriter and Life Challenge member G.E. Partin has been kind enough to share some of his music with The L+C community. His song Just For Today “Song for Michael’s House” is an honest reflection of his journey to sobriety. To listen to the track visit: https://www.reverbnation.com/gepartin Just For Today “Song for Michael’s House”   HOW YA […]

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Music & Recovery

by Jacy Bruck

Posted on September 16, 2016 at 15:55 PM

    Music is an outlet that allows people to feel, express, and better understand the emotions of themselves as well as others.  On a personal level, I use music as a form of therapy. When the world becomes a little bit too much to handle, I sing until I have worked out my frustrations. […]

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Writing your Story: The Benefits of Journaling

by Guest Author

Posted on August 29, 2016 at 21:09 PM

By: Kate Mills is an analytics specialist and content creator for the RECO Intensive Outpatient Program. Responsible for curating RECO’s social media accounts, website content, and blog posts, she spends her workdays writing for and interacting with the RECO community, and believes that everyone has a story to tell.     “The universe is made of stories, not […]

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10 Things to accomplish in the next 30 days

by Will Hart

Posted on August 23, 2016 at 16:54 PM

    Find a new favorite artist As a huge music fan, I am always looking for a new favorite tune. And in today’s world of smart phones it is easier than ever to explore the changing world of music. I use Apple Music to fulfill all my musical needs, but there are plenty of […]

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Painting the Pain Away

by Carol Ricossa

Posted on August 01, 2016 at 10:30 AM

  As the Expressive Art Instructor at The Oaks at La Paloma, I spend time encouraging patients to be creative and teaching them to paint. Even if they are not artistically inclined, I believe that creating art is a great way for patients to express themselves. Recently, I had a patient who believed that she […]

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