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PTSD & Depression Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore

2022-09-13T11:31:10-04:00

  The Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA) estimates that roughly 7.7 million Americans suffer from PTSD, or post-traumatic stress disorder, which is the most familiar form of trauma. Similarly, depression is one of the

PTSD & Depression Symptoms You Shouldn’t Ignore2022-09-13T11:31:10-04:00

Codependency and Addiction

2022-08-01T11:37:19-04:00

The Dangers of Codependency and Addiction Mental Health America (MHA) defines codependency as “an emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship.” Codependency has also been

Codependency and Addiction2022-08-01T11:37:19-04:00

Boundaries in Addiction Recovery

2021-09-22T09:32:50-04:00

The Importance of Boundaries in a System Riddled with the Disease of Addiction We often hear, “nothing changes if nothing changes.” Sometimes easier said than done in a system that is being held hostage by

Boundaries in Addiction Recovery2021-09-22T09:32:50-04:00

How To Help Someone With Their Addiction

2021-09-22T09:09:11-04:00

There is no definitive rulebook on how best to help someone with an addiction. No matter how obvious the addiction is, committing to get help for an addicted friend or relative you care about is

How To Help Someone With Their Addiction2021-09-22T09:09:11-04:00

How to help someone with PTSD

2021-09-21T14:16:04-04:00

Understanding how to help someone with PTSD is challenging. Life is unpredictable and full of experiences that shape and define us. Whether positive or negative, most of what we go through in life will build

How to help someone with PTSD2021-09-21T14:16:04-04:00

How To Cope When Your Significant Other Is In Rehab

2021-09-21T14:11:44-04:00

He has begun his rehab treatment, and you haven’t heard from him in weeks. You’re happy that she’s getting help for her addiction, but part of you is worried that she won’t be the

How To Cope When Your Significant Other Is In Rehab