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,…


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?”  


     “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…


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.…


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…


Recipe for Creative Wellness


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…


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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