Saturday, October 1, 2016

“Any little thing you can do counts. This awareness thing grows itself. When you first start working the program, you're thinking about the steps and applying it. Over the years, it starts living you. I felt very similarly about Buddhism. All we have to do is incline our mind in that direction, and it grows itself.” — Thérèse Jacobs-Stewart, founder of the Mind Roads Meditation Center and leader of the Twelve Steps and Mindfulness meeting

Read more in "Buddha, Meditation and the Twelve Steps."
Tomorrow is Ask a Stupid Question Day, a holiday created by teachers in the 1980s to encourage students to ask more questions in the classroom. At Renew, we know that there might be some tough questions that you're grappling with on your recovery journey. We've all been there before, and there are no stupid questions. So we've put together this guide to some of those questions you might be asking yourself. Any questions?

The Morning Routine That Will Change Your Life

A morning routine should hold depth and weight, pushing you toward a healthier and happier mind, body and spirit. All you need is nine minutes to change your life. Are you willing to try?

That Sober Mom

Being a young, sober woman raising two daughters has posed many unique challenges over the years. As my children grow up, I am put in different circles with different people. And it turns out book clubs and cookie swaps are not always what they seem.

Support the Use of Music In Treatment

Rock to Recovery, a transformative program for those in treatment and recovery, holds its first annual awareness event and fundraiser at 7 p.m.Sunday, Oct. 2, at the Fonda Theatre. Rock 'n' roll icon Mike Ness will be honored with the Rock to Recovery Award, and Filter will headline the concert, with all-star jam performances by Mark McGrath (Sugar Ray), Steve Stevens (Billy Idol), Franky Perez (Apocalyptica), Billy Morrison (Billy Idol), Chris Chaney (Jane’s Addiction), Erik Eldenius (Billy Idol) and many surprise guests. Buy your tickets today!
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