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Confronting Your Addiction

Posted on July 3, 2021
by Toni Larson, LISW

The thought of having an addiction can be frightening.  So frightening, that taking a hard look at what is happening may be avoided. 

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What happens when social media replaces time spent in social activities with family and friends?

Posted on June 14, 2018

The average American spends 24% of their day cyberloafing. Many of us spend our time engrossed by what appears on a monitor or phone screen, while life and meaningful connections pass us by.

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Avoiding Addiction Relapse During the Holidays

Posted on December 7, 2017
by Courtney Frerichs, LMHC

It’s important to take precautions and create a plan to avoid relapse this Christmas Season, and start the New Year full of faith and hope.

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Addiction – How to Help

Posted on December 22, 2016
by Kristi Manley, LMHC, LCPC

It is hard to watch your child suffer regardless of their age. The American Society of Addiction Medicine acknowledges substance abuse and substance dependence as a disease process and as such, those affected by the disease, whether the user or the family member, are considered sufferers. When your child is an adult, it is doubly […]

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Avoiding Addiction Relapse During the Holidays

Outreach

Posted on December 7, 2016

The holidays can leave many people feeling like the picture to the right – stressed and in need of solace! And nothing can make a person relapse quicker than stress, therefore it’s important to take precautions and create a plan to avoid relapse this Christmas Season, and start the New Year full of faith and hope. […]

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