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Friendships in Adulthood

Something I have come to know in my personal life and professionally as a therapist is the need for connection, even for those of us who consider ourselves to be quite independent. There are so many ways to communicate with others now that one would think loneliness should be non-existent at this point. But as…

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Food and Body Image

Food and Body Image I want to spend a little time discussing your relationship with food and your body image. Our relationship with food is so important because it’s so often tied to our thoughts about our bodies and our feelings of self-worth and acceptance. I hope that your relationship with food is healthy. I…

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Five Questions Frequently Asked by Families of Addicts – Question 3

After having worked in the field of addiction recovery for a decade, I have consistently seen many of the same questions asked by families of those with Addictions. Each week I am addressing one of the five of the most frequently asked questions I have heard regarding addiction and the treatment of addictions. Families of…

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Five Questions Frequently Asked by Families of Addicts – Question 2

After having worked in the field of addiction recovery for a decade, I have consistently seen many of the same questions asked by families of those with Addictions. Each week I am addressing one of the five of the most frequently asked questions I have heard regarding addiction and the treatment of addictions. Families of…

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Five Questions Frequently Asked by Families of Addicts

Five Questions Frequently Asked by Families of Addicts Addiction is a family disease. When someone you love is struggling with an addiction you struggle as well. It can be difficult to know what to do, where to turn, and even how to ask for help. After having worked in the field of addiction recovery for…

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