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Mom is enabling my siblings and their friends

I am grown and moved out but my mom still has my two younger siblings living with her. One is 17 and the other is 14. My two siblings are always using

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Can I get a second opinion? Is my wife an enabler?

So my brother n law has moved in temporarily after separating from his wife. Come to find out he chosen drugs over family and has been almost 90 days clean

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Adult Son

My adult son was a good student until he was 13 or 14. He started using marijuana. He got a cell phone as soon as he could. He started ignoring us. He

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Stinking Thinking: The Thinking Before the Drinking

Stinking Thinking: The Thinking Before the Drinking is an article by Angie Carter, certified substance abuse counselor with Carter Counseling and Consulting Services

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Obsessions and Compulsions

What are the differences between addictions, obsessions and compulsions? Functionally (i.e., what they do) there is not much difference.

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Four Stages of Learning Something New

Four Stages of Learning Something New, Taken from Thaw - Freedom from Frozen Feelings by Don Carter, MSW LCSW

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Sponsorship in Recovery, Not a Casual Relationship

Sponsorship in Recovery, Not a Casual Relationship is an article written by Angie Carter, certified substance abuse counselor at Carter Counseling and Consulting Services

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Shame and Addiction

Guilt, Remorse, Shame and Addiction is an article written by Angie Carter, certified substance abuse counselor with Carter Counseling and Consulting Services

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Self Help Motivation - Zebras & Giraffes

Self help motivation - why do we seem to resist even the changes that we want?

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Searching for Intimacy

Searching for intimacy in relationships is elusive to people who grew up in a dysfunctional family, but not beyond their grasp.

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Deep Cleansing Rain Meditation

Deep Cleansing Rain Meditation is available as a meditation movie; audio with music, isotronic brainwave beats and nature sounds; and audio with isotronic brainwave beats and nature sounds

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New Beginnings: Quit Drinking

New Beginnings: Quit Drinking is an article written by Angie Carter, certified substance abuse counselor at Carter Counseling and Consulting Serivces.

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Psychology and Spirituality

Not so long ago psychology and spirituality were not discussed in the same breath. The two subjects where thought to be mutually exclusive in many circles on both sides. Not anymore...

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Positive Self-Talk and the Drama Triangle

Positive self talk is essential to ending enabling behavior, recovering from addictive behavior, and creating happiness and success in your life.

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NLP Submodalities

NLP Submodalities are HTML for the brain. It's how the brain codes data so we know what we like and what we don't like... what 's good for us and what's not...what is real and what is imagined.

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Spotlight on National Recovery Month

Spotlight on National Recovery Month is an article written by Angie Carter, CRADC, SAP

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