You now can find about 200 informative and inspirational blog posts on https://thriversoup.com/blog, in addition to more than 250 healing solutions in the book Thriver Soup.
A new weekly blog for those who have lost a loved one to addiction will begin in January in preparation for my upcoming book, Grieving an Addict. A cancer patient who became opioid-dependent will appear among the first blogs, so at times the cancer theme will still run through these new blogs.
This means your Thriver Soup blogs will now arrive on an occasional Thursday basis.
If you or someone you know would like to receive the weekly Grieving an Addict blog, please visit http://grievinganaddict.com/ and add your email address in the frame on the right side of the page.
Because of the epidemic nature and social stigma of the disease of addiction, there might be people in your life for whom this resource could prove invaluable. Please share this new blog.
As a thank-you, you will receive a checklist of “7 Ways to Cope with Loss,” which can assist with any bereavement experience.
You also will receive through the blog:
- Reflections to assist with the grieving process,
- Stories of those who have lost loved ones to addiction,
- Information about addiction and the drug situation in the United States,
- Excerpts from my son’s life story, and
- Ideas for how to help stem the flood of this mass-casualty event.
Reader’s Digest feature includes Thriver Soup
I’m excited to share with you that Thriver Soup has been included in a Reader’s Digest feature!
Other upcoming Thriver Soup interviews will include HerStory and Brain Hackers. I will share them through this blog.
LMS Helpline: 888-264-4670
In the meantime, the new free oncology counseling support helpline in the United States is 888-264-4670, a collaborative effort by the National Leiomyosarcoma Foundation and Cancer Support Community.
From now until mid-October, as I let go of blogging weekly and take a break, I also will be taking a digital vacation, so I won’t be online much.