04/05/2021

Like all other things in life, college is about balance. It is almost like an art form, balancing studying with partying, hard work with leisure. It is a young person’s first glimpse into the challenge of adulthood. With challenge comes risk,…

09/03/2021

Some of the most common questions and comments we at Project Courage get from loved ones of our clients are: “What’s next for our family?” “What do we do now?” “Why did this happen?”  “What should we expect from treatment?”  

03/02/2021

     “Lazy man’s meditation” and “Effortless meditation” sound very appealing to me. These phrases are used to describe Vedic Meditation. I had dabbled in meditation for years and was never able to commit to a consistent practice. Reflecting, it…

25/09/2020

Working out was important; in college I had developed a consistent workout routine that was energizing and filled me with self-esteem and a sense of purpose. Equally important to the time spent exercising were the things I did pre- and post-workout.…

10/09/2020

Fear of the unknown: it’s not exclusive for those with addiction or mental health issues. Its reach extends beyond our clients, touching families, communities, and society as a whole. As we all try and make sense of what we don’t know, assumptions…

20/08/2020

Recipe for Creative Wellness

06/08/2020

Control manifests in different ways, many of which we might not realize. Sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night, fully alert, and check my phone – only to see the disheartening illumination of 3:00am staring back. Defeated, I fall back into…

14/04/2020

Practicing daily gratitude for myself has come in all shapes and sizes. Lately, there are days I reflect harder than others and days I completely forget. We’ve entered this new realm of balance. And for me, right now, balance is key.

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