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Putting Recovery On The Map

10-13-11 | By

The first step(s)

“We admitted we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives had become unmanageable.” When doing some reading and talking to some people about the  first step in Alcoholics Anonymous (see 12 step articles).  I came to find a couple of interesting and conflicting opinions on it. Many seem to argue whether or not it’s … Continued


10-08-11 | By

Addiction and Codependency

Addiction and Codependency Addiction and codependency often seem to go hand in hand. Many times the codependent makes it hard for those addicted to drugs or alcohol to recognize their addiction and makes it easy for them  to remain addicted.  However, if you are afraid that you are addicted here are some symptoms that most … Continued


10-07-11 | By

Child Abuse Trauma And It’s Effects Later In Life

Studies have shown that a child who is physically or emotionally abused often grow up to abuse others or themselves.  These children not only show signs of this abuse while they are still young by constantly seeking attention, bullying, or withdrawing but, unless they receive intensive therapy they grow up to be adults with significant … Continued