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Month: February 2017

Psychodrama for Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are a group of mental health conditions that includes anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. Roughly 30 million Americans will develop the symptoms of one of these conditions at one time or another. Decades of research indicate that you can potentially ease the symptoms of an eating disorder with the help …

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Mood Disorders in the Winter: What Is Seasonal Affective Disorder?

Any type of mood disorder is a life-changer, regardless of its duration or time of onset. This is definitely true of seasonal affective disorder, or SAD, a condition that manifests periodically and only during certain times of the year. While a few victims of seasonal affective disorder experience its symptoms during the transition from spring …

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I.V. Therapy for Alcohol Withdrawal: How It Works

Alcohol withdrawal is an unpleasant and potentially dangerous process that commonly occurs when an addicted person stops drinking alcohol. It typically serves as a required first step on the path to substance treatment and eventual sobriety. How long do alcohol withdrawals last? That depends on a range of considerations. No matter how long the process …

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How to Choose an AA Sponsor You Can Count On

While you’re going through the taxing and difficult process of recovering from an alcohol addiction, choosing an AA sponsor is one of the most important decisions you’ll have to make. A great AA sponsor wears many hats. Depending on your needs, your AA sponsor will be your confidante, guide, advisor, teacher, sounding board, comrade-in-arms or …

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Most Popular Holistic Treatment Methods

Seeking treatment for addiction is an important step in the journey to recovery. Addiction touches and affects many aspects of an individual’s life, so treatment should also address each of those issues. The concept of holism, when applied to medicine, generally holds that all parts of a being are interconnected and cannot be understood without …

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Fear of Intimacy Scale: Relationship Phobia

­Commitment phobia. Commitment-phobe. Fear of intimacy. We’ve all heard these phrases used to describe the reluctance of one person to settle into a long-term relationship with another person. While the terms are often used interchangeably, each means something very different. Commitment phobia generally refers to people who have a fear of committing to any intrusions …

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