How’s That Resentment Working Out?

Well I got another creepy e-mail. This one was from Resentment. 
To: Tamara Evans
From: Resentment
Cc: Addiction, Relapse, Death
Subject: How’s that working out for you?
Oh hey. It’s your not-so-new friend Resentment. How you doing?

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Courage; What Does it Even Mean?

By: Phillip S., Transformations alumnus 


The strength to persevere in the face of danger and fear

In fact, it’s a noun, but it acts like a verb

It’s an action word

The courage to change the things I can; to take a stand

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Addiction is a Family Disease

By: Laura Lawrence, MA, CAP, Director of Outpatient and Family Services

Time and time again we hear that addiction is a family disease. What exactly does that mean?  We aren’t the ones using alcohol and drugs!  It is often difficult for us to

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Adulting in Recovery

By: Tamara E. – Transformations alumna 

So upon leaving the safety and warmth of Transformations, I was thrust back into the reality of being an adult. It went a little something like this, starting with an email I got… from Life.

From: Li

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What Sets Transformations Treatment Center Apart

By: Megan Garvey, LCSW, MCAP, Clinical Director for Transformations Treatment Center 

I’ve been asked many times, “What makes Transformations Treatment Center unique?” And right off the bat, I can think of several ways that we stand apart f

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Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of Bill

When it comes to helping alcoholics overcome their addiction and live sober lives, the granddaddy of all organizations is “AA”. They have been helping people struggling with alcohol abuse since the book “Alcoholics Anonymous” first came out i

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First Responders

A Hidden Epidemic Among Firefighters and First Responders

The rate of suicide among firefighters, paramedics, law enforcement officers, military, trauma workers and other first responders is steady on the rise. First responders experience the worst stress and trauma daily, which often affects their mental h

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Chance The Rapper Admits to Xanax Addiction

Chance The Rapper Admits to Xanax Addiction

Addiction has laid an early claim to the lives of some of the world’s greatest musicians: jazz icons like Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday, rock legends such as Janis Joplin and Kurt Cobain, and pop superstars Prince and Whitney Houston were all in the throes of active addiction when they met their untimely ends.

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How Codependency Differs from Interdependency

How Codependency Differs from Interdependency

Codependency is a relational process that affects individuals differently. The person who self describes as the fixer, the helper, the assistant, the caretaker, the people pleaser, and the right-hand man or woman often feels great about these roles.

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