Interview: Larry Bradley by Philip Clark

Getting to The Real Thing from THE POET’S GRIN Interview by poet, Philip F. Clark Part of my hope is that I’ll be able to help spotlight those creative souls whose lives have touched mine and who have been and are on journeys of rediscovery.  No one fits that description better than Larry Bradley. Enjoy this interview […]

Melissa Resch, Encompass Art Artist

Time for you to get know Melissa Resch I met Melissa about 7 years ago in Provincetown.  She was working as support staff at our local resident home for those living with HIV/AIDS.  I was also working for the local ASO, the AIDS SUPPORT GROUP OF CAPE COD, as the Men’s Health Project Manager.  I’d […]

In My Shoes: Anxiety

FINALLY. Someone Explained Anxiety Perfectly For Those Who Don’t Understand It. You’ve heard it time and time again,  “unless you’ve walked a mile in my shoes….” followed by either a Hallmark-esque ending or a twist of that traditional ending that points out just how un-unique was all actually are. Sometimes I have gotten frustrated by […]

The Atlantic on AA

If we can look at our own past through a lens of complete honesty, why can we not look at our program through the same lens?   The Irrationality of Alcoholics Anonymous Its faith-based 12-step program dominates treatment in the United States. But researchers have debunked central tenets of AA doctrine and found dozens of […]