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Sobriety at 62, Some thoughts.

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Happy Dry January!

Dry January is a month-long break from drinking alcohol as a way to reset the relationship people have with alcohol after the holiday season. 

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Lawyer life in addiction-Panic attacks

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Talking about depression: It’s okay to be wrong!

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The life of cocaine paranoia

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My onramp to cocaine addiction

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As sick as my secrets

I never discussed my pain unless I was high.

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The Insanity of Addiction: My Midnight Express Moment

I was in the airport security line at McCarran Airport in Las Vegas, and suddenly realized I had cocaine in my luggage.

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When a Bullied Child Becomes a Bully

I was so desperate for peer acceptance that I bullied my freshman roommate without mercy.

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The Intersection of Failure and Resilience

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 …

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Recovery Rocks

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 …

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Fourteen Years In Recovery and Some Thoughts On Family

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 …

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When Should Advice Columnists Just Shut Up?

In order to prevent giving out medical advice which is off the mark or potentially damaging to the point of terminal, standard practice for any advice columnist should be to consult an expert and disclose who they contacted. If no expert is available, they should just shut up.

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Can We Go On A Jew Killing Spree Soon?

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Forgetting The Holocaust

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Oklahoma State Rep Dennis Johnson Wants To “Jew You Down”

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I Said I Didn’t Like Justin Bieber. You Wont Believe What Happened Next!

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When Religion And Recovery Collide

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