Timmy G.
Tim Gorman is a recovery enthusiast. As a practicing drug and alcohol clinician, he is passionate about advocating for those experiencing substance use disorder and mental illness. His goal is to break down the walls of separation constructed by cultural stigmas and promote what he refers to as “The Herd Life.” He lives in Pennsylvania with his spouse, three daughters, and two female dogs - please pray for Tim :)

Social Prescribing & The AQAL Map

I recently watched a Johann Hari Ted Talk. If any of you have read his material or listened to him speak, you know he’s quite a controversial journalist. He tends to deliver more a less a pitch for a specific concept that lay on the … Read More

A.A. Step One: What Is Unmanageability?

Step 1: “We admitted we were powerless over our addiction – that our lives had become unmanageable.” If you misunderstand the dash, you will misunderstand Step 1. This is important. If you miss it you…well… you won’t make it to Step 2. It’s that’s simple. … Read More

A Twelve Step Deep Dive [Step 5]

We admitted to God, to ourselves, and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs. Before I rush to explain why the 5th step is crucial for the alcoholic, I want to give a shout to the other “human being” on the receiving … Read More

The Nonself & The Power Of The Invite & The Ego

Years ago I was invited to do a Gospel reading during Catholic Mass. I want to say what drove me was my love for the divine liturgy, but naturally, I’m anxious. Combine that nauseating feeling (I call it persistent-gut-wrenching-impending-doomism) with a social gathering and I’m … Read More

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