The closest that I can come to is imagine holding your breath and screaming at yourself not to take a breath – I mean really scream at yourself not to take a breath and your body is saying to take that breath. It just is, it’s a fight, flight survival instinct – and that’s what happens in active addiction. READ MORE
This is the first of two articles from an interview that I conducted with two guys in recovery who work at Hope for New Hampshire Recovery in Manchester. This week is Adam’s story, about how he became addicted to opioids and his journey to recovery. READ MORE
There are several benefits to volunteering, including that volunteering connects you to others, volunteering is good for your mind and body, volunteering can advance your career, and volunteering brings fun and fulfillment to your life. READ MORE
I very much care about what happens in our city, and especially over here on the west side of the river. There are some things that could change on the West Side that would not only benefit the area, but the city as a whole. READ MORE
“Certainly we face challenges, but I absolutely believe that it is an amazing city and we are on a path for great success. We have our challenges and we need to address them, just to make ourselves better – and that’s what I really look forward to doing,” Mayor-elect Joyce Craig said. READ MORE
. From the innovative – and industry-changing – “Speedee Service System” that was created by Manchester’s McDonald brothers for their California McDonald’s walk-up restaurant back in 1948 to the current innovations that are developed in the city, Manchester continues to be a place where new ideas are developed.
I believe that one needs to understand the past in order to properly prepare for the future, so understanding what our city has been through and how we got past it will keep us ready to face the current challenges as well as those that will come our way. READ MORE