Sincerely, — Jon from Alberta Recovering Addict. LifeStar gave me tools that help to access the serenity I need to remain patient and willing to carry on. Nixon, G. Main Menu Search calgarysun.
I have learned about shame and guilt, denial and honesty. Hastings, E. I remember laughing at the time at mental health professionals and their DSM-IV language who totally bought into their assessments and objective truths.
The site opened in March and averages visits per day, according to its executive director Stacey Bourque. The biggest change had happened at work however. I felt as though I was losing my sanity and to a certain extent, I was.
He joined the Addictions Counselling faculty at the University of Lethbridge four years ago. Typical lines include "You can't con a conner" or "I have already done it all. Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. Signed, — An Addict of 20 years.