Everyone feels sad or worried from time to time. Such emotions are both natural and unavoidable. People worry about their children, bills, aging parents, jobs, and health. In this article on Letting go of depression, we will first shed some light on the subject and then offer you a real-time, instant way to start healing [...]
10 Lessons for Living A Clean, Healthy and Honest Life
So many people are battling to stay clean from addictions. Some are plagued by worry, fear and esteem. Others hide the fact that they cannot cope. They secretly tread through life with hidden angst and terror, that awkwardly shows itself as anger and overcompensation. Generally this all comes out sideways.
Many people talk about how they just cannot seem to cope with daily life. They battle to function ‘normally’. They feel like they are barely hanging onto sanity.
Some of these people have battled with depression, or anxiety or addictions. More often than not, they have ebbed through all three at some stage of their lives. The minute we try and live an outer life, pretending all is fine, when the inner one is crumbling, we instantly loose our grip on reality (truth).
Lesson One : Stop keeping your painful…
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https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-8b8du-a5c204 Everybody is talking about it. So what is spirituality really? It is not just a buzz word, but a higher part of ourselves that we can learn to access to lead a more purposeful and meaningful life. Mark L Lockwood helps people heal from addictions, depression and anxiety all over the world through A [...]
The Sanctuary Program runs a world class Dialectical Behavior Therapy or DBT Treatment and Recovery Centre for Borderline Personality Disorder or addictions.
Love addiction, therefore, is an addiction that often becomes visible to the co-dependent only after some work has been done on the core symptoms of co-dependence.
Launching into adult life is more complicated and complex than ever. failure to launch emotionally is the new disorder epidemic.
Lying in bed, Sherrie couldn’t tell which was greater, her loneliness or her exhaustion. She has no clue about healthy emotional boundaries.