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14
Jun

Do You Think About Gambling? Want To Bet?

Pair of Dice (Photo credit: Wikipedia) It’s a simple question. “Do you think about gambling?” Maybe the better question is: “How often do you think about gambling?” Don’t be too quick to answer. Consider where you work. Do you have pools for such things as March Madness or the Super Bowl Game? Do you ever...
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13
Apr

Imagine Greater Tucson Cottonwood Presentation

On Wednesday, April 27th, the Cottonwood Tucson Sustainability Team will host a presentation by Mr. Michael Guymon, the Vice President of Regional Development for Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities (TREO), at our monthly Sustainability Team Lunch & Learn event here on campus.  Mr. Guymon will provide our staff with information on Imagine Greater Tucson, a rapidly growing, community-based effort dedicated to protecting...
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25
Jan

Does The Noise in My Head Bother You?

Happy New Year from Jana’s Corner! A new year full of possibilities. How exciting! Or daunting… What are you committed to in 2011? We’d love to hear from you and what you’re working on this year. Let us know if you need any help getting to where you want to be. Maybe you need to...
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26
Mar

The Cottonwood Tucson Experience

The Breakfast Club We all come to Cottonwood Tucson for various reasons, bringing along all shapes and sizes of baggage; with the common denominator being the desire to get well. It is understood that some have a greater desire than others do. At Cottonwood, we are stripped bare and completely exposed in an environment that...
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11
Jan

Press Trivializes the Treatment Process and Devalues the Suffering

Jeffrey C Friedman I read this morning that Casey Johnson, heiress to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, died alone in her Los Angeles apartment after a well-publicized life of drugs and partying. I feel sad to hear yet another story of a celebrity who succumbs to addiction after cycling in and out of a series...
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