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The new year started off a bit slow here at Holistic Recovery Pathways. After a busy 2017, it was wonderful to have some time to slow down, refocus and open to an expanded vision for 2018. Winter is a great time to go within and recalibrate before planting new seeds.  Now that February has arrived things seem to be getting busier quickly and there’s a lot blooming for Spring! The mission of Holistic Recovery Pathways is to offer a person-centered, transformational and strengths based support for Addiction & Mental Health Recovery.  Through sharing holistic resources and wellness programs designed to enhance the journey of recovery, HRP serves individuals, families, communities and organizations by: Providing
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The following story, “Lost & Found: The Birth Of A Shaman“, was first published in February 2013 in Inspired Voices: True Stories Of Visionary Women.  The writing of this story came through my participation in a 9-month Heal My Voice Writing program.  The mission of HMV is to: “empower and support women and girls globally to heal, reclaim their voice and step into greater leadership in their lives and in the world.” (www.healmyvoice.org) In addition to writing these stories, this program has helped me to step forward as a leader and share my voice with the world.  I am excited to share my first Heal My Voice story, Lost & Found: The Birth Of A Shaman, with you below.  If you’d like to explore writing as
The following story is one of a series of pieces I’ve written as part of Heal My Voice collaborative book projects.  It was originally published in “Harmonic Voices: True Stories by Women on the Path to Peace” and is available on Amazon. “I’m Okay, Really!” by Beth Terrence It was a quiet Sunday afternoon when I headed down to my favorite coffee shop with my journal in hand. It was just a few weeks after joining this Heal My Voice Peace Project and I was ready to begin to invite in an idea for my story to emerge. It wasn’t until I actually sat down and began to write that I realized it was Mother’s Day. It’s usually a day or two before
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