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Women of all ages, living all over the world, are overdosing or dying of other substance-related deaths. To be clear – I know that men are dying too, but my life’s focus happens to be on the women who are dying and the mothers and sisters and female friends who have to bury them. We read or hear about these ever-increasing and seemingly-multiplying deaths every bloody day.
In this guest post, Alaina Baskerville-Bridges ponders the relevance of Elizabeth Kübler-Ross’ five stages of grief to both her own recovery – and a social media crisis experienced by her young daughter.
WE DO RECOVER – AND SOMETIMES WE DO IT – IN CYBERSPACE When Taryn and I first sat down to identify a list of the women we think are doing great online work spreading the word about recovery, we soon realized that the list could get very long! There are so...