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My Triumph Over Addiction: A Deeper Look at Why More is Never Enough

My Triumph Over Addiction: A Deeper Look at Why More is Never Enough

Food, work, the internet, caffeine, booze, exercise, shopping, lovers… most of us grapple with addiction in some way. Many commonly ascribe genetics to addiction, but my experience has shown me it’s actually a complex, spiritual condition stemming from unresolved emotional pain. Regardless if it’s pain that originated in childhood, or another lifetime, unresolved pain shows up on the physical plane as a voracious appetite for more. To constantly need something outside of ourselves to be OK is a very legitimate state of dis-ease. Addiction comes in many shades, and while I (maybe) didn’t look like a person who was suffering from. . . Read More >>
3 Superpowers You Don’t Even Know You Have!

3 Superpowers You Don’t Even Know You Have!

Anything in life worth having requires a bit of energy, and happiness is no different. The good news, however, is you have the superpowers necessary to supercharge your life with greater freedom, appreciation, and love right now!   1. Forgive Someone. "Forgiveness is the key to action and freedom." – Hannah Arendt Contrary to popular belief, forgiveness is not for the other person- it’s for you. Resentment wreaks havoc on your life like an out of control drunk unwilling to leave the party. Forgiveness loosens the grip that person/incident/event has on you, allowing you to move forward. Forgive someone right now and be amazed. . . Read More >>
Chelsea Roff

Chelsea Roff

It’s been said that love conquers all. Listening to Chelsea Roff share the harrowing battle she waged on her own body, which ultimately had her staring death in the face, one thing is eminently clear: only a force as strong as love could be responsible for the transformation of the vivacious woman sitting across from me. I study her hazel eyes intently as she speaks candidly about her anxious childhood as a daughter of two mothers, who eventually divorced.  She ended up living with her biological mom – who suffered from anorexia and extreme alcoholism – and younger sister. Chelsea traces her. . . Read More >>