Adam Cook

pecial contributor Adam Cook, who runs AddictionHub.org became involved in helping people with addiction after an experience with a loved one. Although not specifically a Buddhist topic, we thought it was an important feature — especially with his focus on helpful suggestions for those coping with addiction. Some of his suggestions work equally well with people struggling with excessive cravings.

Making Healthy Choices in Addiction Recovery: the importance of mindfulness, rest, nutrition and exercise; part 4 in a series

Adam Cook returns with Part 3 in his series on addiction and recovery. Part 1, “Reclaim your mental well-being” from addiction is here>> Part 2, “Thriving post-rehab: achieving long-lasting addiction recovery” is here>> Part 3, "Finding your niche: ...

Part 3 of recovery series: finding your niche; advice for those in recovery who seek employment

Adam Cook returns with Part 3 in his series on addiction and recovery. Part 1, “Reclaim your mental well-being” from addiction is here>> Part 2, "Thriving post-rehab: achieving long-lasting addiction recovery" is here>> Editor’s Intro Buddhists emphasize meditation ...

Thriving post-rehab: achieving long-lasting addiction recovery

Adam Cook returns with Part 2 in his series on addiction and recovery. Part 1, "Reclaim your mental well-being" from addiction is here>> Editor’s Intro Buddhists emphasize meditation and mind in many practices, in part, to help us ...

Reclaim your mental well-being from addiction: special contributor feature

Editor's Intro: Buddhists emphasize meditation and mind in many practices, in part, to help us overcome attachments. Whether it's addiction, or repetitive behaviours and attachments, destructive cravings are a major issue in today's stress-filled world. Special contributor Adam ...