"My recovery evolves all the time. It's important for me to give back what I have received."—Nicola on SRN
@nicola-o-hanlon has been in recovery since January 23rd 2010. She is the Editor of the new online magazine ILoveRecovery.com Café, which is part of the InTheRooms.com blogging community.
Her work has been published in several recovery magazines, including Recovery Today, In Recovery Magazine, AfterParty Magazine, Psychology Today and Reach Out Recovery to name but a few. She is an activist and passionate about social justice and human rights. Most recently she has had stories published in Hearts and Scars – 10 Human Stories of Addiction, and the Girl God series of books about Feminine Divinity.
Born and raised in Wexford, Ireland she still lives there with her two children, Christopher and Jessica. She is also a Massage Therapist, Reflexologist and Sechiem Energy Healer. Already an expert on how not to live life she is a constant seeker of new and better ways of being. Nature is her Higher Power and she believes in magic, crystals and blames the phases of the moon for her multi-personalities.
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