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In Recovery Magazine

4 issues per year   |  English
4 Reviews   •  English   •   Health & Fitness (Spirituality and Mindfulness)
In Recovery Magazine (IRM) is the only recovery magazine published exclusively to celebrate individuals in recovery. IRM provides fresh, insightful information to enhance and encourage a happy and healthy recovery process. Both seasoned and first time contributors fill the pages with inspiring and informative articles about today’s recovery scene.

Each issue includes real life examples of recovery strategies and successes, as well as the creative expressions of recovering photographers, artists and writers, all selected specifically to illuminate new physical, mental and spiritual ways in which our readers may benefit. We hope to reduce the stigmas attached to addiction, mental illness and recovery.

We are confident you will thoroughly enjoy every page of this quarterly publication. IRM is reaching the nation and growing fast. We cater to a growing community of people in successful recovery. Our readers include alcoholics, addicts, those recovering from various mental illnesses, families faced with addiction and/or mental illnesses and professionals providing support to those seeking recovery. IRM advertisers provide national rehabilitation, treatment, recovery housing, and private counseling resources, as well as other business resources for our readers.
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May-June 2017 GAMBLING ADDICTION The key to treating pathological gambling is the brain; you can bet on it! THE BRAIN IS THE KEY New research identifies key areas of the brain affected by gambling. KEVIN COUGHLIN THE NEWCOMER An awkward first visit to a meeting. KYLE FISHER-HERTZ ORANGE IS NOT THE NEW BLACK The 352 days of incarceration were a complete Step One for me. MAUREEN MICHAEL


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In Recovery  |  May-June 2017  


GAMBLING ADDICTION
The key to treating pathological gambling is
the brain; you can bet on it!

THE BRAIN IS THE KEY
New research identifies key areas
of the brain affected by gambling.
KEVIN COUGHLIN

THE NEWCOMER
An awkward first visit to a meeting.
KYLE FISHER-HERTZ

ORANGE IS NOT THE NEW BLACK
The 352 days of incarceration were a
complete Step One for me.
MAUREEN MICHAEL
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In Recovery Magazine (IRM) is the only recovery magazine published exclusively to celebrate individuals in recovery. IRM provides fresh, insightful information to enhance and encourage a happy and healthy recovery process. Both seasoned and first time contributors fill the pages with inspiring and informative articles about today’s recovery scene.

Each issue includes real life examples of recovery strategies and successes, as well as the creative expressions of recovering photographers, artists and writers, all selected specifically to illuminate new physical, mental and spiritual ways in which our readers may benefit. We hope to reduce the stigmas attached to addiction, mental illness and recovery.

We are confident you will thoroughly enjoy every page of this quarterly publication. IRM is reaching the nation and growing fast. We cater to a growing community of people in successful recovery. Our readers include alcoholics, addicts, those recovering from various mental illnesses, families faced with addiction and/or mental illnesses and professionals providing support to those seeking recovery. IRM advertisers provide national rehabilitation, treatment, recovery housing, and private counseling resources, as well as other business resources for our readers.

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Articles in this issue


Below is a selection of articles in In Recovery May-June 2017.