Positive Psychology Exercises Increase Happiness In People Recovering From Substance Use

As part of the study, the authors noted that effectiveness of positive psychology exercises may be promising tools for bolstering happiness during treatment and may help support long-term recovery.

The “Addiction Spectrum” Challenges You To Think About Substance Abuse Differently

Author Article In our culture, we don’t tend to talk about being “a little bit” addicted to something. It’s not…

Your Genes and Addiction

Author Article Over the last decade, the prevalence of opioid addiction has increased to epidemic levels, but unfortunately therapeutic interventions…

11 Warning Signs of Emotional Abuse in Relationships

Psych Central Article By Jessica Cline You never really know someone until you’ve tried to leave them. Many women who…

If You’re Often Angry Or Irritable, You May Be Depressed

See NPR Article Here By NELL GREENFIELDBOYCE Credit: Ariel Davis for NPR Registered nurse Ebony Monroe of Houston recently went…

Life Sucks When You Are Too Anxious To Socialize

See Author Article Here By Holly Riordan When you are too anxious to socialize, you sit around waiting for a…

What is Narcissistic Supply?

See Psych Central Article Here By Sharie Stines, Psy.D (Note: I am using pronouns he, his, him, for simplicity. Narcissism…

Stop Wasting Time Arguing With Narcissistic People — Share Our Story To End The Violence

That’s right. Stop wasting time arguing because they will drive you to the point of insanity. They can’t lose. They…

How To Cope With Addiction When We Also Have Depression

See Author Article Here When we think of addiction, our thoughts tend to turn to drug and alcohol addiction but…

Healing the Effects of a Narcissist: Putting the Focus Back on You

PsychCentral Article Here I recently wrote about why you can’t win with a narcissist. Many readers asked what steps one would…