About six months ago I sat down with renowned addiction expert, Dr. Allen Berger in a recording studio in L.A. We pressed record and started to converse. What came from that session was a powerful dialogue about the things men would love to express to their loved ones about how they feel if it weren’t…… More
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I am going to be playing some kids music with my guitar tomorrow at my daughter’s Spanish immersion daycare. The program called Jardin Magico is great. My daughter loves it and she is already at age 3 comprehending and speaking in Spanish at a level that exceeds me (and my Spanish 1 education from high school…… More
I was nineteen when my Aunt Eileen died. Sophomore in college. She had been sick for a long time. That was the Fall of 1991. Other than a babysitter who was tragically killed while crossing a busy street, it was my first real experience with death – and this time I was not only allowed…… More
Well, we got our first snow of the season. In fact, given how little snow we got last year it is really our first real snowfall in almost two years. Let me say that I am not particularly a winter person. Sure, I like to ski. Sure, I like the occasional renewing of my membership…… More
I’m in town for two weeks! Okay, I am gone for twenty-four hours next week but that is close enough to two weeks home for me. That kind of time home means quality time with Nancy and Grace (as opposed to time with Nancy Grace which, in my humble opinion, would not be quality.) But…… More
Few things have changed my life more than being a father and I am only three years into the journey! In keeping with the latest theme of articles, what does it mean to me to be a father in recovery from addiction and the son of an alcoholic? Seems like two strikes – certainly it…… More