Knowing the Root Cause of Your Addiction

Knowing the Root Cause of Your Addiction

Knowing the Root Cause of Your Addiction When focusing on making changes to addictive patterns of behavior, the behavior itself tends to take center stage. Whether it’s compulsive sexual behavior, alcohol use, drug use, or gambling, the natural thing is to want to disrupt the pattern of behavior. After all,

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Rekindling Your Relationship While in Sex and Porn Addiction Recovery

Rekindling Your Relationship While in Sex and Porn Addiction Recovery

Rekindling Your Relationship While in Sex and Porn Addiction Recovery Whether you’re in recovery for a sex or porn addiction, or you’re in a relationship with someone who is, it can be difficult to rekindle your relationship. When a relationship has dealt with these issues, there are often a series

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Holiday Recovery… Can It Wait?

Holiday Recovery... Can It Wait?

Holiday Recovery… Can It Wait? From Thanksgiving through the New Year, prioritizing yourself can be a tall order. This is true for everyone, and especially for people who are dealing with an addiction. Whether you are dealing with your own addiction to substances, alcohol, or sex, or you’re in a

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The Underdiagnosis of Substance Use Disorders in Young People

The Underdiagnosis of Substance Use Disorders in Young People

The Underdiagnosis of Substance Use Disorders in Young People What are Substance Use Disorders? Most of us are familiar with the term “substance abuse,” or “addiction,” to refer to someone who has a drug or alcohol-related problem. The term “substance use disorder” is a bit less familiar to many. It’s

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Men and Therapy: Get Past the Stigma and Feel Better!

Men and Therapy: Get Past the Stigma and Feel Better!

Men and Therapy: Get Past the Stigma and Feel Better! Men benefit from therapy just as much as anyone else, but are generally very apprehensive about actually going to see a therapist. Only 2 out of 100 men seek outpatient help for depression, for example; the other 8 are more

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