Transfer of Addiction – Interview with Dr. Lara Pence

During my years navigating the recovery world I had doctor after therapist after specialist after mentor warn me of the dreaded “transfer of addiction.” When people who have struggled with addiction become invested in athletics, careers, families, or other passions, professionals raise an eyebrow. New passions come with heavy criticism rather than praise. However, during …

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The Thin Red Line - an Analysis of Not Enabling Versus Withholding Support

The Thin Red Line – An Analysis of Not Enabling Versus Withholding Support

It’s a very common explanation, “We had to step away because they were in active addiction.” No one argues with that explanation. It’s actually one of the safest explanations anyone could ever give for pushing away a loved one in need (even if it’s a child). Addiction is still an automatic scarlet letter. Rather than …

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TINHIH’s Rock for Recovery is positioned to support scholarships for adolescents in recovery

When TINHIH envisioned a recovery high school, we always planned on supporting the students during their time at high school. A chance to combat the opioid epidemic in an unconventional way. We’d surround them with recovery support services, a tender understanding of their condition, and teach life lessons from persons with “lived experience”. The main …

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