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Symptoms of Depression

depression symptoms

Many of symptoms of depression are also common parts of normal life.  As a result, patients and their families may find it difficult to understand or recognize it as a mental disorder. However, key differences in the duration, causes and strength of symptoms can distinguish between feeling down and having depression. A person’s prevailing emotions …

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Tips For Maintaining Your Recovery

Maintaing Your Recovery

Recovery takes action. You can start simply by setting your alarm earlier in the morning, getting up, making your bed. You can do things like clean the house, or something that you’ve put off for some time. Go to a meeting, meet up with friends, maybe you haven’t done that in a while either but …

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The Importance Of Boundaries

Setting Boundaries in Recovery

A clear vision of what you are trying to achieve in setting health boundaries will help motivate you “to feel the fear and shame and do it anyway,” which will enable you to begin setting boundaries so you can heal, grow, and allow your True Self to emerge. When you’re ready to take your first …

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Resentment: The Main Offender

Resentment in Recovery

Resentment is the number one offender on the road to relapse in addiction recovery. When we really can hold on and really feel the pain that we’ve had, in some cases for a very long time, where maybe we feel we’ve been wrongly done or we’ve been hurt where perhaps we shouldn’t have been…it can …

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Starting New Relationships While In Treatment

Relationships in Treatment

Coming into a treatment center means you’ve identified that you want help, which is great. It may be the bravest thing you’ll ever do. Generally, when someone comes into treatment, they are coming because there are pieces of their lives that may be missing, maybe they can’t deal with life on life’s terms and are …

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How Childhood Abuse Becomes Adult Hypersexuality

Malibu Childhood Abuse Treatment

Childhood abuse, particularly sexual abuse or sexual assault at any age, carries with it a common symptom of adulthood hyersexuality. Isn’t that though the opposite or counterintuitive?  Why would someone who was harmed sexually as a child or at some point in their life, then turn around and be hypersexual?  Why hurt themselves in the …

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