Month: March 2017

Religion vs Spirituality: What are the differences?!

Brian Tran March 1, 2017 149 No Comments

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Religion vs Spirituality: What are the differences?! There has been a history of debate regarding the relationship between spirituality and religion. Do elements of spirituality reside in religion? What about the other way around? The number of questions can seem endless. For some, there is a sharp boundary between the

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How are Trauma and Addiction Related?

Addiction and the Mind March 1, 2017 68 No Comments

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Trauma is usually a cause of addiction, fear or shame or anger usually build up from a situation early on in life which people tend to hide from later in life in the form of addiction. Most times the anger stems from the inability to let go of a situation, this is why it isRead More

Introduction to Addiction and the Mind

Addiction and the Mind March 1, 2017 33 No Comments

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Addiction and the Mind with Duane Osterlind is an exploration into how, why and when addiction effects a persons brain, body and behaviors. From chemical addiction to sex addiction, gambling to Internet gaming, take a look into the mind during addiction, healing and recovery. .

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The Truth About Addiction: What Happens When Nobody is Home?

All Points Bulletin March 1, 2017 79 No Comments

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What happens when nobody is home? Michael S. Oden provides expert insight into the truth about addiction. Delving into the deep-rooted issues of childhood trauma, the absent and/or neglectful father and the direct correlation between the dysfunctional family dynamic and long-term drug dependency, Oden’s book is an ey

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Understanding Domestic Violence

Psych 1on1 March 1, 2017 39 No Comments

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Domestic Violence is defined as abuses committed by a significant person in a committed relationship, use for power and control over the victim. Recognized the cycle of domestic violence, Tension, conflict buildup, and finally the explosion phase (verbal, or physical.), and break the cycle. Often loves ones needs to st

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Youth & Violence

Psych 1on1 March 1, 2017 53 No Comments

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Julie-Ann Goode sits down with Elizabeth Rivas to discuss youth and violence. Elizabeth discusses the concerns with todays youth and the growing epidemic of violence. Learn what contributing factors and environments influence todays youth. Discover the reasons for bullying in school setting, social media and other outl

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Surviving Domestic Violence

All Points Bulletin March 1, 2017 73 No Comments

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Surviving Domestic Violence Lisa Martin is a domestic violence survivor. Lisa grew up in Running Springs, California and attended school in Lake Arrowhead. Lisa was married at the age of 19, and had 3 boys. Lisa’s marriage was very abusive, after 7 years Lisa left her abuser with her 3 boy’s ages 2, 4 andRead More

Sex Addiction vs. Infidelity and Its Effects

Addiction and the Mind March 1, 2017 54 No Comments

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Sex addiction and infidelity are vastly different; while infidelity can be a one time event, addiction is usually uncontrollable regardless of life consequences and some addicts have tried to quit. Sex addiction is usually something that has persisted since a young age and usually has markers throughout the years where

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Partners of Sex Addicts

Addiction and the Mind March 1, 2017 38 No Comments

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When couples show up in therapy after discovery of infidelity/betrayal, how can they best be helped? This discussion will cover the similarities and differences of therapeutic treatment for couples recovering from extramarital affairs versus sex addiction as well as how the unfaithful partner and the hurt partner can n

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What is Bulimia Nervosa, And How Can You Tell If Someone Has It?

TherapyCable Live March 1, 2017 77 No Comments

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What is Bulimia nervosa? How does bulimia work? Bulimia nervosa, also known as simply bulimia, is an eating disorder characterized by binge eating followed by purging. Binge eating refers to eating a large amount of food in a short amount of time. Purging refers to the attempts to get rid of the food consumed. Are Read More

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