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Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours at Las Vegas Rapid Detox


Las Vegas (PRWEB) June 21, 2014

Opiate addiction is something that millions of Americans struggle with every day. Now thanks to Las Vegas Detox Clinic’s groundbreaking new procedure, patients can kick their opiate addiction and go through rapid opiate detox without any significant withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

Battling opiate detox symptoms is the main reason opiate addicts continue using. However, at Las Vegas Rapid Detox patients can rest assured that they will be able to detox from opiates without any of the painful withdrawal symptoms in just eight hours.

The procedure was developed by Dr. Thomas Yee and so far successfully treated more than 500 patients for opiate addiction without any complications. Patients go through the 8-hour detox treatment under anesthesia at an accredited and certified hospital or surgery center operating room. The procedure is performed by an M.D. anesthesiologist that is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

The rapid detox proceduere has been used to treat all forms of opiate addiction including heroin, oxycontin, hydrocodone, oxycodone, methadone, Suboxone, and Subutex.

Dr. Yee’s revolutionary rapid opiate detox procedure basically compresses two weeks of cold-turkey quitting into 8 hours. Patients do not feel the intense accelerated withdrawal, the most difficult part of opiate detox, because they are under general anesthesia. Following the rapid detox procedure, patients feel no physical withdrawal, and are treated with 48 hours of continuous, one-on-one, nursing care before they are discharged and sent home to start a new life free from opiate addiction.

To prevent any relapses, patients are required to take opiate blockers for up to a year and undergo one-on-one physical counceling to treat the underlying psychological aspects of addiction.

More information on Las Vegas Rapid Detox Clinics groundbreaking rapid opiate detox procedure is available online at saferapiddetox.com or http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com. They can be contacted by telephone at (800) 276-7021.







Leave the Bottle Behind Detox Your Life From Alcohol

There are actually over 100 million frequent drinkers in the country, and some estimates are generally indicating that nearly 10 million of which could very well be considered alcoholics. Which means somewhere around 10% of drinkers has a problem with alcohol. No matter if it is on account of peer pressures or physical reliance, it may be difficult to quit drinking, but each year plenty of people make that decisions and begin the actual alcohol detox process.

Alcohol detox refers to the elimination of alcohol from your body plus the management of the very likely withdrawal symptoms and signs. This detoxification process doesn’t remove the cravings for alcohol, nor does it automatically do away with the actual physical addiction that could possibly have developed over lengthy periods of use, on the other hand it can get you moving in the most desirable direction of being sober and also remain that way.

Substance dependency, such as alcoholism, is known as a recurring problem, and extended abuse can bring about physical transformations. Typically, the body changes so much that it becomes fully reliant on the substances to sustain daily systemic function. This kind of physiological change is among the reasons why lots of people often relapse. It doesn’t matter how long they’ve been alcohol free, the nature of these kinds of addiction will mean that they must be prepared to persistently elect to stay clear of alcoholic beverages every single day. Whenever you take the steps toward alcohol detox your body is going to have an opportunity to rid itself of the chemicals and go back to healthy metabolic functions.

This isn’t normally going to be an uncomplicated process. Whenever you get rid of something your body has reliance upon it’ll go into something known as withdrawal. This is actually the period where the body is working to reconstruct and remedy its healthy functions it will not always be enjoyable.

If someone hasn’t been abusing alcohol for a long period of time, the actual withdrawal symptoms will be somewhat light. In contrast, generally if the person has been taking in harmful amounts for many years, there may be a good possibility that they likely will experience some strong symptoms soon after the alcohol detox process has begun.

Examples of these symptoms range from the sweats, queasiness, vomiting, tremors, physical weakness, anxiety, and possible convulsions and seizures. For anybody who is attempting to undergo alcohol detox by you, majority of these symptoms may be too much to handle. This is the reason many people turn to various medically monitored programs for detoxification. If you’re closely watched by a medical expert, he or she can prescribe drugs to help lessen these symptoms.

Keep in mind, these types of prescription drugs are not the only route to cope with these difficult times. There are various support groups which will give the support and motivation essential to deal with all these symptoms and start working on the subsequent part of the therapy.

Remember, alcohol detox is usually a necessary first step to overcome addiction but it surely is not the last. Once you’ve gotten the alcohol from your system and overcome the withdrawal symptoms you’ll need to begin the next step, which is the ongoing attempts to be alcohol free through counseling, support, and continuous willpower to be sober.

One thing that Barry understands is alcohol treatment center and the issues it can cause. He can teach you all about private alcohol treatment center and the concepts of implementing an effective program.

Teen Writing Contest About Mental Health Issues Gets Support From Published Authors Donating Autographed Books Reports StageofLife.com


Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 27, 2014

Online writing community, StageofLife.com, announced today that eleven, internationally published authors will be donating an autographed copy of their book as part of the winning prize packages for the teen finalists of the website’s “March Madness” writing contest dealing with mental health issues.

As an educational resource, StageofLife.com’s mission is to change the world through storytelling, and its award-winning, blogging platform welcomes close to a million teens, college students, teachers, and parents each year who come to the site to read and share their personal, real-life stories.

The site often collaborates with authors based on the topics of its writing prompts.

“We are overwhelmed at the support by the professional writing community as they donate autographed copies of their books for this month’s writing contest on mental illness and health,” said Rebecca Thiegs, VP of Education StageofLife.com.

Participating authors who are donating a signed copy of their book on mental health as a prize to the winning “March Madness” contest finalists include:

–Susannah Cahalan – “Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness” (Simon & Schuster)

–Marya Hornbacher – “Madness: A Bipolar Life” (Mariner Books)

–Randye Kaye – “Ben Behind His Voices: One Family’s Journey from the Chaos of Schizophrenia to Hope” (Rowman and Littlefield Publishers)

–Melody Moezzi – “Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life” (Avery Trade)

–Stacy Pershall – “Loud in the House of Myself” (W.W. Norton & Company)

–Elyn Saks – “The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness” (Hyperion)

–Lizabeth D. Schuch – “More Than Bipolar: A Memoir of Acceptance and Hope” (iUniverse)

–Karen Winters Schwartz – “Where Are the Cocoa Puffs? A Family’s Journey through Bipolar Disorder” and “Reis’s Pieces – Love, Loss, and Schizophrenia” (Goodman Beck Publishing)

–Andrew Solomon – “The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression” (Scribner)

–Pamela Spiro Wagner – “Divided Minds: Twin Sisters and Their Journey Through Schizophrenia” (St. Martin’s Griffin)

–Fletcher Wortmann – “Triggered: A Memoir of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder” (Thomas Dunne Books)

When asked about her participation with Stage of Life writing contest, author Stacy Pershall said, “Every time you come out to one person as having a mental health disorder, you change the world. Eliminating stigma happens one person at a time. Just giving someone the vocabulary to address what’s happening to them — for example anorexia, bulimia, self-harm — is a powerful thing…Before I got the right treatment, I was certain I’d die by suicide; it was just a matter of time. Now it’s not all about me. I have to stay alive so I can keep other people alive. Killing myself has ceased to be an option.”

Thiegs added that “People don’t talk about mental health issues or mental illness because of the shame and brokenness surrounding the topic, so this month, while much of the world watches the March Madness college basketball tournament, we want to encourage people to think, write and share a story surrounding the topic of mental health and mental illness.”

Alongside its “March Madness” writing contest, StageofLife.com features educational videos, recommended TED talks, resource reading on mental illness, and a Twitter contest awareness component.

Melody Moezzi, author of “Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life,” told StageofLife.com that, “Sharing our stories as people living with mental illness is by far the most powerful way to fight stigma and discrimination. It’s our best weapon against the insidious culture of shame and silence that surrounds mental illness today.”

The StageofLife.com essay contest is open to anyone aged 13 years and older. Stories must be original, non-fiction, and 500 words or less. There is no entry fee and submissions are due March 31, 2014 by midnight Pacific Time US.

In addition to receiving a signed book, the 1st Place student writer will also receive gift cards from literacy sponsors IHOP and Papa John’s while the 1st Place adult writer will receive gift cards from Applebee’s and SpaWeek.

Finalists and Winners will be posted on the essay winner’s page and Teen Trend Report after April 20th, 2014.

To get details and submit a story to the March Madness writing contest, visit http://www.StageofLife.com.







86% of Teenagers Know Someone Who Suffers from a Mental Illness, Reports Stageoflife.com


York, PA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

To understand the relationship between teens and mental illness, StageofLife.com asked thousands of high school and college students to take its national poll about mental health issues as part of its monthly writing contests and life surveys.

The results revealed the following statistics about teenagers and mental illness:

–1 out of 2 teens state they have personally struggled with mental illness at some point in their lives.

–Depression and Anxiety ranked #1 and #2 respectively as the most common mental illness suffered by students.

–86% of teenagers say they know someone who suffers from a mental illness.

–46% of students say they have “contemplated” suicide.

–86.5% of students say that mental health issues are an “important” or “very important” topic for the country.

–84.5% of teens think that there is a negative stigma surrounding those with mental illness.

–Half of all teens say classmates and friends are mostly compassionate about those with mental illness.

–73% of high school and college students know someone who is taking medication because of a mental health issue.

Over 5,100 students visited the essay and survey page during the mental health writing prompt and over 400 teens fully answered the poll. An additional 180+ teen bloggers submitted an essay to StageofLife.com sharing their personal story will mental illness.

The winning 1st place student essay, “Fibs and Femurs for Dinner” was written by Emily Bromberg, a junior attending Long Beach High School on Long Island, NY who shared her story of struggling to stay healthy. The winning 1st place non-student essay was submitted by special education teacher, Lauren Bauer from Raleigh, NC in her story, “Alone.”

Stage of Life selected a winner from its “Short Short Story” Twitter contest, which also tied into the mental illness writing prompt. The winning Tweet came from ‏‏@sopxhia who wrote, “Depression is being trapped in my labyrinth of thoughts and having no light to guide my way through the twists of the maze.”

Winners from the writing and Twitter contests received gift cards from StageofLife.com educational corporate sponsors Applebee’s, IHOP, Papa John’s, and SpaWeek.com.

Additionally, the top 12 essay finalists received an autographed copy of a book signed by a nationally published author.

The participating authors who donated a signed book as a prize for the Stage of Life writing contest included…

–Susannah Cahalan – “Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness”

–Marya Hornbacher – “Madness: A Bipolar Life”

–Randye Kaye – “Ben Behind His Voices: One Family’s Journey from the Chaos of Schizophrenia to Hope”

–Melody Moezzi – “Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life”

–Stacy Pershall – “Loud in the House of Myself”

–Elyn Saks – “The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness”

–Lizabeth D. Schuch – “More Than Bipolar: A Memoir of Acceptance and Hope”

–Karen Winters Schwartz – “Where Are the Cocoa Puffs? A Family’s Journey through Bipolar Disorder and Reis’s Pieces – Love, Loss, and Schizophrenia”

–Andrew Solomon – “The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression”

–Pamela Spiro Wagner – “Divided Minds: Twin Sisters and Their Journey Through Schizophrenia”

–Fletcher Wortmann – “Triggered: A Memoir of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder”

StageofLife.com VP of Education, Rebecca Thiegs, said, “We gave students a safe venue to share their stories about mental illness. It is often a taboo topic, and we’re proud of the bravery of the hundreds of participating teens who submitted an essay this month.”

To read all of the essays about mental illness and download the full teen statistics report on this and other monthly writing contests and teen trends, visit StageofLife.com.

# # #

StageofLife.com is a privately funded, start-up company founded in 2009 by Joe and Eric Thiegs. The website’s mission is to change the world, one story at a time. The site welcomed its 1,000,000th visitor last year and provides an international writing community, resources, videos, statistics, and more for today’s teen, Gen X, Gen Y, and Baby Boomer generations.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours at Las Vegas Rapid Detox


Las Vegas (PRWEB) June 21, 2014

Opiate addiction is something that millions of Americans struggle with every day. Now thanks to Las Vegas Detox Clinic’s groundbreaking new procedure, patients can kick their opiate addiction and go through rapid opiate detox without any significant withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

Battling opiate detox symptoms is the main reason opiate addicts continue using. However, at Las Vegas Rapid Detox patients can rest assured that they will be able to detox from opiates without any of the painful withdrawal symptoms in just eight hours.

The procedure was developed by Dr. Thomas Yee and so far successfully treated more than 500 patients for opiate addiction without any complications. Patients go through the 8-hour detox treatment under anesthesia at an accredited and certified hospital or surgery center operating room. The procedure is performed by an M.D. anesthesiologist that is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

The rapid detox proceduere has been used to treat all forms of opiate addiction including heroin, oxycontin, hydrocodone, oxycodone, methadone, Suboxone, and Subutex.

Dr. Yee’s revolutionary rapid opiate detox procedure basically compresses two weeks of cold-turkey quitting into 8 hours. Patients do not feel the intense accelerated withdrawal, the most difficult part of opiate detox, because they are under general anesthesia. Following the rapid detox procedure, patients feel no physical withdrawal, and are treated with 48 hours of continuous, one-on-one, nursing care before they are discharged and sent home to start a new life free from opiate addiction.

To prevent any relapses, patients are required to take opiate blockers for up to a year and undergo one-on-one physical counceling to treat the underlying psychological aspects of addiction.

More information on Las Vegas Rapid Detox Clinics groundbreaking rapid opiate detox procedure is available online at saferapiddetox.com or http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com. They can be contacted by telephone at (800) 276-7021.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours with Las Vegas Rapid Detoxs Groundbreaking Rapid Opiate Detox Program

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction has become an epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, it seems that every time a patient goes to the doctor, they are prescribed more and more pain killers to mask pain rather than treat it. This has left many patients in a vicious circle of opiate addiction that is very difficult to kick due to painful withdrawal symptoms. Now, thanks to Las Vegas Rapid Detox and their groundbreaking eight-hour rapid opiate detox procedure, patients can be free from opiate addiction without suffering any withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

The rapid detox procedure is performed at a hospital under the watchful eye of a licensed doctor and compresses many days and weeks of detox into eight short hours.

The rapid detox procedure can be used for most forms of opiate addiction including Oxycontin, Heroin, Lortab, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Morphine, Fentanyl, Dialudid, Darvon, Demerol, Codeine, Norco, Oxycodone, Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Suboxone, Tramadol, Vicodin, Tylenol 3 and Tylenol 4, and many other opiate drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Las Vegas Rapid Detox please contact them at (800) 276-7021 or online at http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours with Las Vegas Rapid Detoxs Groundbreaking Rapid Opiate Detox Program

Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) May 21, 2014

Prescription drug abuse and opiate addiction has become an epidemic in the United States. Nowadays, it seems that every time a patient goes to the doctor, they are prescribed more and more pain killers to mask pain rather than treat it. This has left many patients in a vicious circle of opiate addiction that is very difficult to kick due to painful withdrawal symptoms. Now, thanks to Las Vegas Rapid Detox and their groundbreaking eight-hour rapid opiate detox procedure, patients can be free from opiate addiction without suffering any withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

The rapid detox procedure is performed at a hospital under the watchful eye of a licensed doctor and compresses many days and weeks of detox into eight short hours.

The rapid detox procedure can be used for most forms of opiate addiction including Oxycontin, Heroin, Lortab, Hydrocodone, Methadone, Suboxone, Subutex, Morphine, Fentanyl, Dialudid, Darvon, Demerol, Codeine, Norco, Oxycodone, Percodan, Percocet, Roxicodone, Suboxone, Tramadol, Vicodin, Tylenol 3 and Tylenol 4, and many other opiate drugs.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Las Vegas Rapid Detox please contact them at (800) 276-7021 or online at http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com.







Detox from Opiates in 8 Hours at Las Vegas Rapid Detox


Las Vegas (PRWEB) June 21, 2014

Opiate addiction is something that millions of Americans struggle with every day. Now thanks to Las Vegas Detox Clinic’s groundbreaking new procedure, patients can kick their opiate addiction and go through rapid opiate detox without any significant withdrawal symptoms in only eight hours.

Battling opiate detox symptoms is the main reason opiate addicts continue using. However, at Las Vegas Rapid Detox patients can rest assured that they will be able to detox from opiates without any of the painful withdrawal symptoms in just eight hours.

The procedure was developed by Dr. Thomas Yee and so far successfully treated more than 500 patients for opiate addiction without any complications. Patients go through the 8-hour detox treatment under anesthesia at an accredited and certified hospital or surgery center operating room. The procedure is performed by an M.D. anesthesiologist that is certified by the American Board of Anesthesiology.

The rapid detox proceduere has been used to treat all forms of opiate addiction including heroin, oxycontin, hydrocodone, oxycodone, methadone, Suboxone, and Subutex.

Dr. Yee’s revolutionary rapid opiate detox procedure basically compresses two weeks of cold-turkey quitting into 8 hours. Patients do not feel the intense accelerated withdrawal, the most difficult part of opiate detox, because they are under general anesthesia. Following the rapid detox procedure, patients feel no physical withdrawal, and are treated with 48 hours of continuous, one-on-one, nursing care before they are discharged and sent home to start a new life free from opiate addiction.

To prevent any relapses, patients are required to take opiate blockers for up to a year and undergo one-on-one physical counceling to treat the underlying psychological aspects of addiction.

More information on Las Vegas Rapid Detox Clinics groundbreaking rapid opiate detox procedure is available online at saferapiddetox.com or http://www.rapiddetoxlasvegas.com. They can be contacted by telephone at (800) 276-7021.







Leave the Bottle Behind Detox Your Life From Alcohol

There are actually over 100 million frequent drinkers in the country, and some estimates are generally indicating that nearly 10 million of which could very well be considered alcoholics. Which means somewhere around 10% of drinkers has a problem with alcohol. No matter if it is on account of peer pressures or physical reliance, it may be difficult to quit drinking, but each year plenty of people make that decisions and begin the actual alcohol detox process.

Alcohol detox refers to the elimination of alcohol from your body plus the management of the very likely withdrawal symptoms and signs. This detoxification process doesn’t remove the cravings for alcohol, nor does it automatically do away with the actual physical addiction that could possibly have developed over lengthy periods of use, on the other hand it can get you moving in the most desirable direction of being sober and also remain that way.

Substance dependency, such as alcoholism, is known as a recurring problem, and extended abuse can bring about physical transformations. Typically, the body changes so much that it becomes fully reliant on the substances to sustain daily systemic function. This kind of physiological change is among the reasons why lots of people often relapse. It doesn’t matter how long they’ve been alcohol free, the nature of these kinds of addiction will mean that they must be prepared to persistently elect to stay clear of alcoholic beverages every single day. Whenever you take the steps toward alcohol detox your body is going to have an opportunity to rid itself of the chemicals and go back to healthy metabolic functions.

This isn’t normally going to be an uncomplicated process. Whenever you get rid of something your body has reliance upon it’ll go into something known as withdrawal. This is actually the period where the body is working to reconstruct and remedy its healthy functions it will not always be enjoyable.

If someone hasn’t been abusing alcohol for a long period of time, the actual withdrawal symptoms will be somewhat light. In contrast, generally if the person has been taking in harmful amounts for many years, there may be a good possibility that they likely will experience some strong symptoms soon after the alcohol detox process has begun.

Examples of these symptoms range from the sweats, queasiness, vomiting, tremors, physical weakness, anxiety, and possible convulsions and seizures. For anybody who is attempting to undergo alcohol detox by you, majority of these symptoms may be too much to handle. This is the reason many people turn to various medically monitored programs for detoxification. If you’re closely watched by a medical expert, he or she can prescribe drugs to help lessen these symptoms.

Keep in mind, these types of prescription drugs are not the only route to cope with these difficult times. There are various support groups which will give the support and motivation essential to deal with all these symptoms and start working on the subsequent part of the therapy.

Remember, alcohol detox is usually a necessary first step to overcome addiction but it surely is not the last. Once you’ve gotten the alcohol from your system and overcome the withdrawal symptoms you’ll need to begin the next step, which is the ongoing attempts to be alcohol free through counseling, support, and continuous willpower to be sober.

One thing that Barry understands is alcohol treatment center and the issues it can cause. He can teach you all about private alcohol treatment center and the concepts of implementing an effective program.

86% of Teenagers Know Someone Who Suffers from a Mental Illness, Reports Stageoflife.com


York, PA (PRWEB) April 30, 2014

To understand the relationship between teens and mental illness, StageofLife.com asked thousands of high school and college students to take its national poll about mental health issues as part of its monthly writing contests and life surveys.

The results revealed the following statistics about teenagers and mental illness:

–1 out of 2 teens state they have personally struggled with mental illness at some point in their lives.

–Depression and Anxiety ranked #1 and #2 respectively as the most common mental illness suffered by students.

–86% of teenagers say they know someone who suffers from a mental illness.

–46% of students say they have “contemplated” suicide.

–86.5% of students say that mental health issues are an “important” or “very important” topic for the country.

–84.5% of teens think that there is a negative stigma surrounding those with mental illness.

–Half of all teens say classmates and friends are mostly compassionate about those with mental illness.

–73% of high school and college students know someone who is taking medication because of a mental health issue.

Over 5,100 students visited the essay and survey page during the mental health writing prompt and over 400 teens fully answered the poll. An additional 180+ teen bloggers submitted an essay to StageofLife.com sharing their personal story will mental illness.

The winning 1st place student essay, “Fibs and Femurs for Dinner” was written by Emily Bromberg, a junior attending Long Beach High School on Long Island, NY who shared her story of struggling to stay healthy. The winning 1st place non-student essay was submitted by special education teacher, Lauren Bauer from Raleigh, NC in her story, “Alone.”

Stage of Life selected a winner from its “Short Short Story” Twitter contest, which also tied into the mental illness writing prompt. The winning Tweet came from ‏‏@sopxhia who wrote, “Depression is being trapped in my labyrinth of thoughts and having no light to guide my way through the twists of the maze.”

Winners from the writing and Twitter contests received gift cards from StageofLife.com educational corporate sponsors Applebee’s, IHOP, Papa John’s, and SpaWeek.com.

Additionally, the top 12 essay finalists received an autographed copy of a book signed by a nationally published author.

The participating authors who donated a signed book as a prize for the Stage of Life writing contest included…

–Susannah Cahalan – “Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness”

–Marya Hornbacher – “Madness: A Bipolar Life”

–Randye Kaye – “Ben Behind His Voices: One Family’s Journey from the Chaos of Schizophrenia to Hope”

–Melody Moezzi – “Haldol and Hyacinths: A Bipolar Life”

–Stacy Pershall – “Loud in the House of Myself”

–Elyn Saks – “The Center Cannot Hold: My Journey Through Madness”

–Lizabeth D. Schuch – “More Than Bipolar: A Memoir of Acceptance and Hope”

–Karen Winters Schwartz – “Where Are the Cocoa Puffs? A Family’s Journey through Bipolar Disorder and Reis’s Pieces – Love, Loss, and Schizophrenia”

–Andrew Solomon – “The Noonday Demon: An Atlas of Depression”

–Pamela Spiro Wagner – “Divided Minds: Twin Sisters and Their Journey Through Schizophrenia”

–Fletcher Wortmann – “Triggered: A Memoir of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder”

StageofLife.com VP of Education, Rebecca Thiegs, said, “We gave students a safe venue to share their stories about mental illness. It is often a taboo topic, and we’re proud of the bravery of the hundreds of participating teens who submitted an essay this month.”

To read all of the essays about mental illness and download the full teen statistics report on this and other monthly writing contests and teen trends, visit StageofLife.com.

# # #

StageofLife.com is a privately funded, start-up company founded in 2009 by Joe and Eric Thiegs. The website’s mission is to change the world, one story at a time. The site welcomed its 1,000,000th visitor last year and provides an international writing community, resources, videos, statistics, and more for today’s teen, Gen X, Gen Y, and Baby Boomer generations.