A place of desperation. Have you been there lately? Do you wonder if you can endure? Are you grounded in your faith to help you through this time? Do you still battle for a consistent life of faith? Need a little hope and encouragement from the Bible? Why not stop by today for some...
How many more sleepless nights and anxiety filled days will you endure? If you are in love with an addict, you must be going back and forward with the decision whether to stay or leave. This article explains how you can help a loved one's substance abuse by helping yourself first. Why caring about yourself is the key? Self-help may be just the catalyst you need to end the progression of co-addiction.
I used to be realllllyyyyy negative. And when I was trying to recover from my depression, I didn't realize that I was doing certain things that were actually taking any progress I was making and causing me to slip back into the depression over and over again. Are you unknowingly sabotaging your recovery too?
Invalidating someone else is not merely disagreeing with something that the other person said. It is a process in which individuals communicate to another that the opinions and emotions of the target are invalid, irrational, selfish, uncaring, stupid, most likely insane, and wrong, wrong, wrong. Invalidators let it be known directly or indirectly that their target's views and feelings do not count for anything to anybody at any time or in any way.
Family gatherings and parties can be hard during the holiday season. Here, Dr. Howard Samuels shares 7 spiritual tips for staying sane and maintaining emotional #sobriety through the #holidays when you are in #addiction recovery. Learn more by reading these holiday tips and have a special holiday season! “a” is for addiction | Addiction Blog
Recovery Tip #95 Art Print