Tag Archives: mental health

Thinking vs. Feeling

Thinking vs. Feeling  This is your message for the week of June 4, 2017  Addiction is a primary, chronic disease impacting the brain. Therefore, it can play many tricks within the brain and influence all aspects of the person, including … Continue reading

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Extroversion, Isolation and Shyness

Extroversion, Isolation and Shyness    This is your message for the week of March 5, 2017  Do you prefer noise around you to silence? Do you like to process things aloud with others? Do you have an extensive social support … Continue reading

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What is Love?

What is Love?  This is your message for the week of January 22, 2017  Love is an essential emotion for healthy relationships and an integral part of being a human being. However, many people struggle with what love is and … Continue reading

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Exploring Your Relationship with Anger

Are you mad? Exploring your relationship with anger By Paige Abbott, Registered Psychologist For many, emotions are tricky business. For people with Addiction, they are something to be minimized, avoided, exaggerated, or compartmentalized at the expense of self and health. … Continue reading

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Faith

The Need for Faith  This is your message for the week of January 15, 2017  What is faith? How come it is so important for health and recovery? These topics are explored in the weekly recovery message which will hopefully … Continue reading

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