Sometimes it seems that other people (or family!) are pretty good at pushing our “guilt” button. Why is that? What makes us feel that way and how do we choose a better option? Listen to this recording to hear more. (Yes, we had a podcast at one point! :-)
At various stages of recovery, it can be tempting to try to hide or ignore our true struggles. It seems easier, more comfortable, less conflictual to do so. However, the initial ease of hiding usually isn’t worth it; choosing to do so can actually end up costing us more down the road.
Read our newest blog post for more on the importance of inviting accountability and facing our struggles head on.Read More
Did you know that unhealthy codependent behavior can be mistaken for kindness?
Read this blog post to learn about how being able to spot the difference can promote healthier relationships with others.Read More
Whether in the throes of an intense addiction, well into recovery, or somewhere in between, FEAR is a common experience that many individuals face. In this blog post, Doug Harsch, LPC offers several tips to aid in identifying what scares us, reshaping the way we react to such fears, and ultimately strengthening our relationships with others.Read More