What are our next generations going to look like in their societal and familial interactions? I think we are very much still in transition, but there are a number of schools of thought around what is healthy, and what may be less so.
It is a belief, of many, that we carry in our adult lives the influences of the child we were; the experiences and emotions we had then, an inner child. These emotions may be positive, nourishing and welcoming. They may also be adverse and appear to bring suffering, the cause of which is sometimes obvious, more often, less so. [Read more…]
Guest author, Javier Fitzgerald, writes about counseling, addiction and education. His most recent work is entitled “How Do I Become A Substance Abuse Counselor?” Making the decision to go into rehab is a huge one, and you should be commended for it. You’ve taken the first step to starting fresh and new. Still though, you must continue to attend substance abuse counselling afterwards for the following reasons:
I welcome the opportunity to offer you this informational piece from our friends in the US. Despite a few cultural differences there are many points referred to that are equally relevant the world over. Guest author, Rachel Vickers writes about addiction and counseling with reference to Drug Facts (updated in 2016).
Addictive behaviours are one of the most concerning challenges we may ever have to overcome. Some of the common addictive behaviours include: [Read more…]