Uncomfortable. Irritated. Hateful. But whatever happened to supportive?
The hard but beautiful truth about the journey to being sober.
Despite our nation’s polarized political climate, however, there seems to be growing bipartisan support for changing our drug laws and draconian mandatory sentencing for non-violent, drug-related offenses. Neal Nordlinger takes a look at the signs of abuse in teens and young adults.
You have managed to escape the family curse of substance abuse but now that your own children are approaching their teen years you are worried about allowing them to have contact with the rest of your family. Don’t worry dad! Help is here.
The sooner you accept your situation and allow yourself to heal, the better off you’ll be.
Ross Rosenberg takes us through the four stages of codependency treatment and recovery.
Post-breakup, the things that remain and the things that are lost hold Ray Jennings in an emotional prison.
Our stories don’t have to define us. But we can use them to speak to others.
Being a dad is not measured in time, as writer Christopher MacNeil found out one night. He shares an experience that changed his life forever.
Breakup expert Matt Shumate has 4 awesome tips for moving on after you’ve split up.
“I’ve learned that in order to heal, I have to fearlessly and intimately sift through the wreckage of my past.”
This is what suicide looks like, when you would do anything to make the pain go away.
Counselor Carl shows how healing the wounded child can heal the anxious, depressed, unfulfilled man (or woman).
Don’t pressure yourself to love your body unconditionally; it’s possible that that will come in time. Instead, focus on shifting your negative thoughts to neutral ones: Your body exists. It carries you around. It is neither good nor bad. It is a body.