Tim Lineweaver has been there and works on the frontlines. The heroin epidemic isn’t going away and it’s in your homes and your backyards.
The Hero: An ancient archetype older than civilization itself. Does it reside within each of us? — The demon that you can swallow gives you its power, and the greater life’s pain, the greater life’s reply. ― Joseph Campbell, The Power of Myth We all have a story. It defines us, put us in relation to everything. […]
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Has 50 Shades of Grey finally opened the door to explore clinicians’ biases surrounding BDSM?
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Joe Kort, Ph.D. offers 9 helpful ways LGBTQ individuals and couples can lessen holiday stress with meaningful impact.
Abuse survivor Amy Oestreicher explains that freezing and doing nothing is a natural, human reaction to trauma and assault.
If you or a person you care about has trauma, what then? Allegra Jordan shares some solutions.
Trauma can be a sharp edge invisibly cutting a relationship apart.
Ross Rosenberg drops codependency for a new term and turns psychology upside down.
How can we make sense of the attacks?
We live our days within a culture of trauma. Its destructive nature wounds deeply, leaving us to struggle generation to generation. — Born into this Walking and living through this Dying because of this Muted because of this Castrated Debauched Disinherited Because of this Fooled by this Used by this Pissed on by this Made crazy […]