The Insanity of a Family Disease

During my twenty-five year career in substance abuse treatment, I’ve frequently heard family members (and clients) insist that "Alcohol isn't his/her/my problem - drugs are!" and "Alcoholism isn't his/her/my problem - addiction is!" as if the same principles of recovery from chemical dependency don't apply to any dysfunctional situation where alcohol either isn't present or isn't present enough to be identified as the primary drug-of-choice.

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Mindful of My Mind

By: Lisa B., Transformations Alumni Coordinator You’re feeling anxious. Maybe you just got some difficult news, and you are pondering what the future has in store; perhaps you have a…

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