Category Archives: OTHER PEOPLE OTHER PLACES

BBC Radio 3 – World on 3, Free Thinking, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, Peggy Seeger – Linkis.com

HEY THERE, MY IZZY.

 

“Folk royalty”, Peggy Seeger performs a song written by her late husband, Ewan MacColl

Source: BBC Radio 3 – World on 3, Free Thinking, The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face, Peggy Seeger – Linkis.com

What It’s Like to Have Hepatitis C | Everyday Health

Rick Nash is squarely in the minority of hepatitis C patients. At 29, he’s decades younger than most people who are diagnosed with this viral disease, and he was diagnosed at the tender age of 12.“Hep C changed the course of my life,” says Nash, who lives in San Diego and has engineered his entire life so that he can stay as healthy as possible while dealing with the difficult challenges imposed by the chronic disease.

Source: What It’s Like to Have Hepatitis C | Everyday Health

Jack Grisham and 26 Years of Punk Sobriety | The Fix

Jack Grisham, lead singer of punk band TSOL, sober 26 years, has written a book about recovery called A Principle of Recovery: An Unconventional Journey Through The 12 Steps. And it is, no joke, mind-blowing. I’m never one to be all, “Ooh yeah, please let me read more books about recovery and the Big Book!” But this book is funny, personal and so refreshing that you have no choice except to love it, pull out your highlighter and periodically shout, “Oh my God. Right!!!” I rolled down to Huntington Beach to sit down with Grisham in his haunted former schoolhouse of a home. Here are the highlights of our talk.

Source: Jack Grisham and 26 Years of Punk Sobriety | The Fix

I Love Recovery Cafe

On this particular day, my recovered life looks like this. I’m sitting on my living room couch working (writing this), still wearing my pj’s and flip flops at 11am. I drove my daughter to school like this after getting her ready for Halloween dress up day. I have an abandoned kitten by my side that […]

Source: I Love Recovery Cafe