Editorials

Drug_Abuse_Resistance_Education_DARE_LogoB.E.W.A.R.E of D.A.R.E.

Posted on by Douglas Rudolph

Most of us remember being paraded through the D.A.R.E. program when we were bright-eyed and bushy-tailed kids. We remember those suspiciously friendly police officers who, because of D.A.R.E.’s foresight, we were given the chance to see as actual people before … Continue reading

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What_Do_I_Do_Now“AA’s not for everybody”… Okay, Now What?

Posted on by Douglas Rudolph

The imbalance between the number of non-12 Step and 12-Step support options currently in the Twin Cities (and abroad) is beyond staggering — it’s ridiculous. AA alone has over 1500 meetings in any given week, compared to only a handful of non-12 Step options. We desperately need to create more non-12 Step support groups (and awareness) because people’s lives depend upon it. Continue reading

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stigma-1War on Stigma

Posted on by Douglas Rudolph

Are the campaigns aimed at changing public perception about addiction oversimplifying a complex issue, and as a result, misinforming the public? Continue reading

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controversyAlcoholics Anonymous: One Man’s Analysis of the Criticisms

Posted on by Douglas Rudolph

Doug breaks down some of the claims floating around the internet which slam AA. Continue reading

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LiarHand“Rumdingers”

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When lying and recovery converge, a monster is born. Continue reading

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