Ending The Stigma Of Addiction One Day At A Time

I like the film The Anonymous People and the movement behind it. I broke my anonymity early on in my sobriety and I continue to do so here on my blog. The shame and stigma of addiction needs to go away and, to some degree, the anonymity as well.

“We don’t have to be anonymous in our effort to find meaning and greater happiness in a world that can seem maddening at times.” —Darryl Duke

2 thoughts on “Ending The Stigma Of Addiction One Day At A Time”

  1. Darryl! Thank you for writing about the film – you CAN get more involved in this movement. Please see all the opportunities available on Faces & Voices of Recovery Website and let me know where you live and I will get you linked right into the movement!

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  2. Thank you Greg. I did sign up to receive the eNewsletter and have a link to Faces and Voices of Recovery here on my blog. I currently reside in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. I realize you are very busy, and I appreciate you taking the time to contact me. We need to hear more from people who are recovered and living meaningful lives. I’m one of those people and I do my best to get the message out. But I believe your film will reach a far great number and I certainly wish you all the best in this endeavor.

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