Relationships in Recovery
1. Identify how cocaine addiction has adversely affected relationships with family, friends, coworkers, and others.
2. Identify ways to begin repairing damage done to family and interpersonal...
Addiction to Blame
Allen consulted with me because his wife of 18 years had threatened to leave him if he didn't stop blaming her all the time. He admitted to frequently blaming her in a variety of situations.
Book review.In The Trip to Echo Spring: On Writers and Drinking, author Olivia L... Read Full Post
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