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November 2014 Issue

Serene Scene November 2014
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EDITOR'S DESK

EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT FOR HIGH ACHIEVERS, PART 7 EFFECTIVE TIME MANAGEMENT FOR HIGH ACHIEVERS, PART 7
By Andrew Martin, MBA, CADC II, SAP, CA-CCS
INTERVIEW WITHTOM HORVATH, PH.D. FROM PRACTICAL RECOVERY
THE PROBLEM WITH THE "THEY'RE JUST ADDICTS" MENTALITY THE PROBLEM WITH THE "THEY'RE JUST ADDICTS" MENTALITY
By Jamie Marich, Ph.D., LPCC-S, LICDC-CS
HOW AA PREVENTS TWO KINDS OF RELAPSE HOW AA PREVENTS TWO KINDS OF RELAPSE
By George DuWors, MSW, LCSW, BCD
HOW TO ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS WHEN YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE HAS AN ADDICTION HOW TO ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS WHEN YOU OR YOUR LOVED ONE HAS AN ADDICTION
By Candace Plattor, M.A.
LEFTOVERS LEFTOVERS
By Sheryle Cruse
ADDRESSING SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER... ADDRESSING SEASONAL AFFECTIVE DISORDER...
IN RECOVERY

By Lee Weber
CRACK PILOT CRACK PILOT
By Larry S.
12 Step Trek 12-STEP TREK
STEP 10
By Serene Recovery Network
The Evolution of Addiction Treatment Serene Directory

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