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The Mirror Test

The Mirror Test   This is your message for the week of July 9, 2017  Chris Herren, former professional basketball player and motivational speaker, talks about the mirror test in the movie ‘The Anonymous People.’ He says that before recovery, … Continue reading

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Shame in Invisible Chronic Pain

Shame in Invisible Chronic Pain By Alicia Saunders Administrative Assistant at HUM For those who have chronic pain; you know that it is not just a physical struggle but a mental one as well. If the chronic pain that is … Continue reading

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Shame in Invisible Chronic Pain

Shame in Invisible Chronic Pain By Alicia Saunders Administrative Assistant at HUM For those who have chronic pain; you know that it is not just a physical struggle but a mental one as well. If the chronic pain that is … Continue reading

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Shame Vs. Guilt Explained

Shame vs. Guilt Explained   This is your message for the week of December 4, 2016 Many people confuse shame and guilt as being the same feeling, but they are actually quite different. Learning the difference is important for ongoing … Continue reading

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Fear of Disapproval

The HUM recovery message for the week of September 25, 2016 is focused on fear of disapproval. Many people can relate to looking for approval (accolades, congratulations, pats on the back-those so-called ‘gold stars’) from other people and can see … Continue reading

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