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Juvenile Justice Information Exchange Op-Ed: “Anger a Necessity for Addiction Recovery Community”

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The Washington Post: “By serving alcohol, Starbucks risks losing key customers: recovering substance abusers”

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange Op-Ed: “It doesn’t matter whether you believe addiction is a disease or a choice”

TribecaFilm.com: “How I used theatrical on demand to bring my doc to the people” 

ManyFaces1Voice.org eblast:  Chris Herren

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Guest Posts

Positively Positive boasts over one million fans to promote its tag, “Your Attitude + Your Choices = Your Life.”  Loved this placement of “Knock, Knock, Can Your Inner Child Come Out and Play?” http://www.positivelypositive.com/2012/09/28/knock-knock-can-your-inner-child-come-out-to-play/

Tiny Buddha is a sought-after guest post for anyone who writes in the spiritual/mindfulness field.   Lori Deschene gave me my first spot (hopefully first of many!) with “Peace is Learning the Lesson.” http://tinybuddha.com/blog/peace-is-learning-the-lesson/

I broke into LifeHack with this post called “9 Childhood Rules Best Forgotten by Adults.” http://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/9-childhood-rules-best-forgotten-by-adults.html

My friend Christopher Foster is an amazing 80-year-old blogger writing an equaling amazing blog called The Happy Seeker.  He graciously let me tell my story of recovery from addiction in a post called “Saying Yes to Life:  One Woman’s Inspiring Story.” http://www.thehappyseeker.com/2012/05/07/saying-yes-to-life-one-womans-inspiring-story/

Balance in Me, written by Anastasiya Goers, hosted me in a post called How to Bring Your Emotions in Line With Your Spine.  I wrote about my experiences with my chiropractor and drew the parallel between physical and emotional balance.  This post had nearly 100 Facebook shares. http://balanceinme.com/balanced-body/emotional-alignment/

Alex Blackwell writes The Bridgemaker, an inspiring blog with nearly 4,000 subscribers and nearly as many Facebook fans.  I am honored to share my recovery story on his site. http://www.thebridgemaker.com/why-recovery-takes-more-than-desire/

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