Sharing our stories about America’s #1 tragedy
After the death of the beloved actor, addiction is still widely misunderstood. It isn’t a disorder of character, but a brain disease
Why college aged men and women need a message of hope now more than ever.
How applying a software design principle made work meaningful again
Returning to the flip phone.
“We don’t stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.”
A “celebrity boutique” celebrates drug use at children’s expense
Open letter to caring entrepreneurial minds -and some bites.
My long, obsessive, and (too) deep relationship with hamburgers goes back to the earliest moments of consciousness—my plump little fingers…
Our children’s drug problem and what parents can do to solve it
or, The Blast Shack After Three Years
An obsession of the mind and an allergy of the body.
I can’t recommend anyone learn vital lessons about substance abuse by doing drugs themselves, but I don’t regret my own experiences with it…
Researched and written for The SumAll Foundation.
Important lessons I learned while phoneless in San Francisco
All it takes is seventy-five thousand dollars and you buy a congress man. Even if you are a drug dealer
Many years ago on December 2nd, our big grey city was covered with a major snowstorm.
My journey to recovery.
After creating robotic sentry guns and video-game themed energy drinks, serial entrepenur Aaron Rasmussen wants to build the next step…
Thoughts from a Recovering Bulimic
The war on drugs was lost because the war on addiction was never begun
Hello, my name is Sara, and I am addict.
As of the time of writing it has been exactly 22 hours, 34 minutes and 12..
I once read about a scientist who studies centenarians—people who live to be a hundred.
What Addicts Must Endure In Between Their Hits and Highs
Yesterday we published the first part of a Q&A with Scott Johnson, former war reporter and author of Ghost in the Cell, the latest story…
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