Last night I had a great opportunity to catch-up with a distant high school classmate in the Chicago area. This morning we shared a 22 mile bike ride in the country outside Chicago. I had a great ride, a great conversation, and enjoyed much reminiscing of the old high school days (Graduated 1975). Now, it is 37 years later and a lot has changed. And, some things haven’t changed. Here are my thoughts on the power of the experience and the lessons in our life and what we can learn from being eighteen! click here to listen
Dave Cooke Presents…
Are you a parent struggling to cope with the chaos and drama of your child’s addiction?
Are you engaged in a battle to manage the situation while maintaining your own sanity? ?
Are you looking for fresh, reliable insights to help guide you through the chaos?
Dave Cooke can relate. He has been there himself. He knows what you are going through. He also understands what you need to know and he passionate about sharing his insights with you.
It is Dave’s mission to be that resource for parents and other family members struggling to navigate their way through a loved one's addiction.
Dave has a son with a heroin addiction. Like most parents this addiction completely turned his world upside down. After discovering how broken his life had become in a quest to save his son, he went on transformation mission to change his life. The result was incredible and inspiring.
In his talks, Dave shares the story of his recovery and the incredible impact this transformation has had on all aspects of his life, including his younger son.
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