Perspective: Moving Out of the Fog

by Ian S. Eight years ago I was the manager of a bar in Toronto. One night I got off early with a co-worker and took a cab to an after-hours club. I did a hit of ecstasy, and went out for a cigarette. I argued to get back in the club and that’s the last I remember. I...

Video: Honesty and Integrity

  [su_youtube url=”https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fi3nLIhJdco”] To be honest with oneself is the most difficult thing to do, because we have this little design flaw called the ego that has us be able to hide from ourselves and deny some of our own...

Alumni Perspective: A deeper understanding

by Susan M. (Munro 2010) Drinking changed my thinking.  It became the dictator inside my brain for about 10 years and during this time it just picked up steam – the steam being resentments, guilt and shame that took over the person I used to be. After a lifetime of...