The Little Foxes

I have learned the hard way. Foxes will stalk their prey for days...weeks even. They study their habits. They learn the weaknesses of their prey. See a fox - scare it away - it will return. You must catch it. You must eliminate it. Or it will kill. A single fox can take out an... Continue Reading →

The Things That Were Meant For Evil…

Written by Judith A Cruz-Vazquez   By most accounts myself and my children should have been added to the list of statistics. I came from an abusive background, on all levels. I didn’t get help and as I got older I immersed myself in extremely destructive lifestyle choices. I was a teen run away, involved in... Continue Reading →

The Nature of Addiction

Written by Rosa A. Hopkins Imagine you're in a smoky room, where things are unclear. A seductress leans sultrily into the microphone, as she sings words of unbridled passion. (If you're a woman, picture that this is a man). Things become hazy. She promises a love so strong that your soul will feel its pain... Continue Reading →

What do you run to?

We all do it. One way or another. When we are hurt, upset, mad…emotional…we run to something, or someone.   When I hurt, I want to feel…something else.   I have ran to... Self-destruction. Self-harm. Drugs. Alcohol. Ice Cream.   ............…   Fill in the blank. What do you run to?   All those things... Continue Reading →

Overcoming in the Midst of Anxiety

  Written by Liz Jones   Dear Anxiety, I believe that you came into my life the day I was born. There were many down the generational line who battled you. Some battled you through denial and control, some through isolation and avoiding people, and some through alcohol abuse… I  remember as a 3rd grader, a... Continue Reading →

When an Emotional Eater Breaks Free

Written by Sarah Knepper   For almost 20 years now I've been an emotional eater. This title has gotten easier to say out loud now that I have been publicly speaking about this for the past five months.   I decided to share this with my readers because I believe there are thousands of women struggling... Continue Reading →

Why Are Food Addictions Hard To Break?

  Written by Lisa Brown   After my Doctors appointment my world turned upside down. No more sugar, dairy, breads, pasta, rice, pork, caffeine, and nuts (except almonds). This means no more fruit, chocolate, cookies, ice-cream, milk and honey nut cheerios. No more coffee.   No more cheese or pizza.   Why such a strict diet... Continue Reading →

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