I was in the airport security line at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas, and suddenly realized I had cocaine in my luggage.
I was so desperate for peer acceptance that I bullied my freshman roommate without mercy.
I was recently asked how I was able to pass the Texas Bar Exam(finally) while also struggling with cocaine addiction and Alcohol Use Disorder(alcoholism). Here is my answer.
The spring 1986, I walked out the doors of the University of the Pittsburgh School of Law swearing never to return. That may be a familiar sentiment of law students at many schools, but for me, I carried more than a degree. There was the baggage of alcoholism, two eating disorders, and major depressive episodes. […]
Today marks fourteen-years in long-term recovery from alcohol and cocaine. I feel privileged to have had the support of family because many do not. Here are some thoughts.
My friend thought his physical problems were the side effects of our cocaine and alcohol binges. He was wrong.
I’m now sixty years old. Where the hell did all the years go?
There is a saying in Judaism called Tikkun Olam. It means changing the world with acts of kindness
Finding those fleeting moments to take a deep breath, de-stress, and assess our well-being at the moment we are in, is more important than ever. Here is an easy tip.
There are several certainties in life, death, taxes, and people failing the bar exam.