Privileged to Serve

January 2, 2021

In addition to my writing, for the last 6 months I’ve been serving as Primary Counselor in the Treatment of Substance Use Disorders at Serenity Knolls. The pandemic has only heightened the need. I’m privileged to serve.

Long ago, my father told me: “If you want to write copy work as a bartender. You’ll learn what people really think, need and desire.” Well, now I’m working as a counselor for people with alcohol and drug disorders. So, in a way, that box is checked.

2 Responses to “Privileged to Serve”

  1. That’s such a nice service to be in. Wishing that you continue being a positive influence in the lives of people who need it the most. Thank you!

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