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8 Tips for Loving Someone with an Addiction

8 Tips for Loving Someone with an Addiction

Whether a spouse, romantic partner, sibling, child, parent, or friend, loving someone with an addiction can be heartbreaking. Raw emotions run from love and sympathy to pain and frustration or even simmering rage. You may feel hurt, devastated, exhausted, scared, or...
Addiction Treatment as Self-Care

Addiction Treatment as Self-Care

The idea of addiction treatment as self-care may seem a little odd or wishy-washy. Often when we think of entering treatment, it is for the sole reason of recovering from addiction or substance misuse issues. Our lives may have become out of control, and we need to...
How to Heal from a Trauma Bond Relationship

How to Heal from a Trauma Bond Relationship

If you find yourself in an unhealthy relationship that you can’t seem to leave, chances are you’re experiencing a phenomenon known as trauma bonding. A trauma bond is a psychological response that happens when an abused person develops an unhealthy...
11 Common Symptoms of Depression

11 Common Symptoms of Depression

Depression is a complex and often silent condition, and the symptoms of depression can manifest in various ways. Nearly 19 million adults struggle with major depression in the US alone¹, with over 280 million people directly impacted worldwide². According to the World...
What Is Love Addiction?

What Is Love Addiction?

Love addiction, also known as pathological love, refers to a “pattern of behavior characterized by a maladaptive, pervasive and excessive interest towards one or more romantic partners, resulting in lack of control, the renounce of other interests and behavior, and...