"Every challenge I encounter is between God and I and to be viewed as a salvific opportunity. I try to keep in mind that others are observing me and the situation, thus giving me the opportunity for a "teaching moment" with regard to how things should be handled." - B
"1) Acknowledge the problem. 2) Pinpoint the cause. 3) Refuse to be conquered by it. 4) Feel the Strength well up inside you. 5) Engage this Strength, not in anger, but in aggressively addressing the problem." - Dr. T.
"I did not give that little piece of me away. It was stolen from me. My choice to not use drugs was taken by childhood abuse. Addiction wasn't a choice it was a necessity. That taken piece, I have always been afraid nothing could grow there but pain. But I am giving life one chance, a choice, to reach out to me in ways no one ever has. If i'm ridiculed or judged I will run. Know this when you see me. I'll be the one cowering in the corner." - L
"Once I was talking with my son, he was about 9 years old at the time. We were talking about a Bible verse and why would love be the greatest virtue? His elegant and simple answer: “Because, once you get to Heaven someday, you won’t need faith or hope anymore.”" - Dr. D.