The Last Taboo w/ Eric J. Dias

We talked about my experience with drug addiction, psychosis, and recovery. We also spoke about 12 step meetings, the pros and cons of suboxone treatment, and the importance of being honest with our doctors (especially if we are in recovery): Continue reading The Last Taboo w/ Eric J. Dias

A Reflection on Collegiate, and Present, Consequence

I was up all night doing cocaine before a 5am conditioning session with the football team.

20 minutes into the exercise, I blacked out and woke up in the hospital.

The doctors had me stay overnight to be observed. My Mom flew halfway up the east coast to make sure I was alright. Continue reading A Reflection on Collegiate, and Present, Consequence

Mindfulness and Meditation: Not a Monk? Not a Problem

Author: Adam Abramowitz Eyes are opened and thoughts of destiny, reality, and awareness flow through me. “Don’t give up”, the song lyric repeats itself as a mantra as I focus on what I want and who I want to be. The man in my head that struggles to break free. Everything is perfect as I view silently ahead to see, tapped into the infinite moment of a human experience… How did I get here? Listening to the album, Dreams, by “The Whitest Boy Alive”, I contemplate the beauty in nature. I experience infinity in everything I see, feel, think, and … Continue reading Mindfulness and Meditation: Not a Monk? Not a Problem

To Mend a Broken Heart

Author: Adam Abramowitz

What happens when you forget reason, logic, and pride in effort to explore a romance. A projection of life lived for true love, shared equally. Ignoring your own vulnerability, passions, and pursuits of success in hope of connecting your soul to match a heart. The following story is a memory of my own attempt to connect intimately with a love I had lost…

The image I saw in my mind, the life I had created for the woman I loved, was only missing one thing. Her… Continue reading “To Mend a Broken Heart”