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  • [Read Article] The Dark Side Of Prescription Drugs

    Abuse and addiction to prescription narcotics and roads to recovery.

    Published: Sat December 17, 2011

  • [Read Article] Couple Therapy for Lesbians and Gay Men

    Issues specifically related to lesbian and gay male couples as well as similarities with non-gay couples.

    Published: Sat December 17, 2011

  • [Read Article] Sexual Abuse Survivors: Choosing A Therapist

    The importance of finding a skilled psychotherapist experienced in sexual abuse issues. Criteria and information to help you decide which therapist is right for you.

    Published: Sat December 17, 2011

  • [Read Article] April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

    Child abuse is a serious problem that is getting worse, especially in hard economic times.

    Published: Fri March 09, 2012

  • [Read Article] Personal Boundaries

    Personal boundaries are guidelines, rules or limits that a person creates to identify for him- or herself what are reasonable, safe and permissible ways for other people to behave around him or her and how he or she will respond when someone steps out

    Published: Sat March 10, 2012

  • [Read Article] Child Abuse Leaves Mark on Brain

    Reduced brain volume in parts of the hippocampus could help to explain why childhood problems often lead to later psychiatric disorders, such as depression, drug addiction and other mental health problems, the researchers say. This link could help res

    Published: Mon May 14, 2012

  • [Read Article] The Dilemmas of Codependent Men

    The dilemmas of codependent men aren’t talked about. Unlike women, men don’t discuss their relationship problems with friends and family. Instead, they internalize their pain.

    Published: Mon June 04, 2012

  • [Read Article] VERBAL ABUSE

    Unfortunately, recent history has told us that approximately half of marriages today are successful. Half is really a discouraging number when you consider all that is at stake, all the misery to the family members that a marital breakup can cause.

    Published: Fri March 08, 2013

  • [Read Article] The Dark Side of Loneliness

    Many people, especially codependents, are haunted by inner loneliness. Twenty percent (60 million) of Americans report that loneliness is the source of their suffering. In fact, our emotional reaction to rejection emanates from the area of our brain (

    Published: Sun January 03, 2016


    Manipulation is a way to covertly influence someone with indirect, deceptive, or abusive tactics. Manipulation may seem benign or even friendly or flattering, as if the person has your highest concern in mind, but in reality it’s to achieve an ulte

    Published: Fri August 22, 2014