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How to Live in the Now

How to Live in the Now

How to Live in the NOW Even a person who is not already predisposed to anxiety, restlessness or being easily distracted, the world we live in now can cause anxiety, stress and restlessness in that person.We live in the age of distraction. It appears the mantra now is...

ANXIETY AND RELATIONSHIPS

ANXIETY AND RELATIONSHIPS

Anxiety & Relationships  Almost all couples have their share of challenges. However, when half of a couple has an anxiety disorder, both partners face a new set of challenges, and other challenges may be exacerbated. Family and household routines are often...

TRAUMA AND ADDICTION

TRAUMA AND ADDICTION

TRAUMA AND ADDICTION Experiencing a trauma doesn’t guarantee that a person will develop an addiction, yet research clearly suggests that trauma is a major underlying source of addicted behaviors. Studies have linked trauma to drug use, eating disorders and other...

ADDICTION: Is It All in My Mind?

ADDICTION: Is It All in My Mind?

ADDICTION: Is It All in My Mind? A long-held belief for many, being truly addicted requires that a person be both psychologically AND physically hooked. In other words, there must be a craving as well as physical discomfort. This is not always the case. It can be one...

BEING AWARE: Emotional Triggers

BEING AWARE: Emotional Triggers

BEING AWARE: Emotional Triggers  Addiction or other disordered behaviors are learned responses to emotional triggers Everyone has emotional triggers, but WHY do we all have triggers? Briefly, because as children we likely experienced pain or suffering that we could...

Getting to the Root of Addiction

Getting to the Root of Addiction

Getting to the Root of Addiction The journey to recovery is more than just dealing with the symptoms of the addictive behavior. Just quitting is not usually enough to keep the behavior from reoccurring. Knowing the underlying causes, the roots, can aid in recovery....

Dual Diagnosis: What’s the Connection?

Dual Diagnosis: What’s the Connection?

Dual Diagnosis: What's the Connection?  Dual Diagnosis, or co-occurring disorders, is when a person simultaneously experiences a mental illness and a substance abuse disorder. Symptoms of one disorder trigger the other. While either can develop first, by far the most...

What About New Year’s Eve?

What About New Year’s Eve?

What About New Year's Eve? You made it through the Holidays with your sobriety and/or mental stability intact. Not a small feat at all. Most people struggle at times during the holidays without the added stress of staying sober or keeping your anxiety in check. And,...

How Do I Ask For Help?

How Do I Ask For Help?

How Do I Ask For Help?  We are not here alone. There are many, many others on this planet that we can reach out to for support, assistance, guidance and much more. Yet, we choose to go it alone quite often when what we need the most is help. Why is it so hard to ask...

Is My Teen Using Drugs?

Is My Teen Using Drugs?

Is My Teen Using Drugs?  Has your teenage son or daughter been behaving noticeably and drastically different? Is your gut telling you there’s something not quite right? Here are suggestions to help you if you suspect your child is using drugs. One of the most trying...