Tip: Every game is an opportunity to measure yourself against your own potential
Focus on your game and not competitors by putting effort into your own strengths and abilities. Take every opportunity to put your personal greatness to work. The more you see what you can do, the more confidence you will gain and the more opportunities will come your way.
An excerpt from Constance Scharff, PhD, Director of Addiction Research Cliffside Malibu and a recognized speaker/book author on addiction recovery, women’s health, and overcoming trauma:
“Here are tips for parents to consider when talking to their kids about alcohol.
Please join us for one of our upcoming Senior Citizens: Prescription Drug Safety events! Casco Bay CAN and Law Enforcement representatives will present information on how to track, lock and dispose of drugs properly. Shown below and pictured left: Random attendee’s will win a free prescription drug lock bottle. Pictured right: Seniors attend the Yarmouth Prescription Drug Safety event and hear from Lieutenant Dean Perry and Casco Bay CAN Director Beth Blakeman-Pohl.
Gray/New Gloucester: April 13th at 11am Gray Library, 5 Hancock Street
Falmouth: April 13th at 2pm OceanView at Falmouth, 3 Marion Way
Freeport: April 14th at 11am Freeport Community Center, 53 Depot Street
Pownal: April 28th at 12noon First Parish Church, 461 Elmwood Rd
Cumberland/North Yarmouth: May 12th at 9:30am Val Halla Golf Course, 60 Val Halla Rd
The Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs reveals that nine laws designed to reduce underage drinking have been instrumental in saving more than 1,100 lives each year in the states that have adopted them, and that an additional 210 lives could be saved annually if they were adopted in every state. Read the CADCA article here.
As legal marijuana has proliferated in Denver, city officials concerned about exposure to children long have tried to keep pot shops at least 1,000 feet from schools.
Yet more than two dozen schools in the city now are located closer than that to stores selling medical or recreational marijuana, according to a Denver Post analysis of city data. The Post identified 25 shops closer than 1,000 feet to at least one nearby school, out of 215 medical, recreational or dual shops. Reads the full article here.