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A Nurse in Recovery: Tiffany's Clarity

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A Nurse in Recovery: Tiffany's Clarity

It had been a couple years since my graduation from nursing school when I heard a rumor at work that some of the staff had been drinking on the job. My good friend, also a nurse in the department, had called me in a panic the next day and said that she overheard there was potluck and someone said the cider was spiked. Too shocked and nervous to tell anyone, she did not go to the supervisors that night. I felt like it couldn’t be true. Deeply ingrained in my soul was the belief that nurses were essentially perfect. As...

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This How Janet Made Her Recovery Possible!

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This How Janet Made Her Recovery Possible!

My name is Janet and my recovery dates are 09/01/2010 (ALCOHOL and crack cocaine), 04/10/2018 opiates and methadone program completed. JANET: RECOVERY IS ALWAYS POSSIBLE! "My mission in life is to help others with addiction and show that recovery is possible!"-Janet Kerr   My name is Janet Kerr and am a recovering addict.I started drinking at the age of 14, and was taking any kind of pills THAT I could get my hands on. I would steal my moms prescription pills WHILE I went through my teenage years partying WITH MORE PILLS and weed. After high school I got into...

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Kayla's Honest Confession on Eating Disorders

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Kayla's Honest Confession on Eating Disorders

As I sit here writing this, I can only look back and smile about how far I have come the last few years. To think that just 5 years ago, I was struggling to make it through every day, every hour, every minute. I felt consumed by my eating disorder… it controlled my every thought and every action. I constantly thought about food, about stopping myself from eating, how I could work off whatever I did eat, the number on the scale… the list goes on…and while I thought these things, I constantly told myself that if I just weighed one...

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