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How Drug and Alcohol Addiction Develops
Most people view drug addicts as irresponsible people who don’t care about themselves or other people, and others don’t even understand them at all. They think that if someone wanted to stop using drugs, then he or she can just stop. However, the decision and will to stop using the drugs is not enough to eradicate addictions. …
What Is Palliative Care, Anyway?
Diane E. Meier, M.D. Director of the Center to Advance Palliative Car...
Chris Christie Blasted On Radio Show: Take Your 'Fat Ass' To a Different Beach!
Chris Christie got told to take "fat ass" to a beach where everyone was allowed.
2 Credit Card Debt Tips That Could Save Your Wallet
Balance-transfer credit cards could help you get out of debt faster. Here's what you need to know.
Surgeon jumps from bridge after divorce from TV personality wife
A top local surgeon and the ex-husband of ABC News’ chief women’s health correspondent killed himself by leaping off the George Washington Bridge, it was reported Sunday. Dr. Robert Ash…
Codependency 101: What Does Being Codependent Mean?
Are you codependent? If so, there are probably some things you have a tough time accepting about human nature and relationships. On the other hand, perhaps you’re not sure what codependent means, in which case, let’s begin with some basics Codependents need to be needed. They believe making oneself invaluable to another is the pathway to love. It isn’t. It’s the pathway to becoming a doormat, to being taken advantage of and to becoming a target of abuse. When someone loves you and you love them, you want to be with each other (interdependence). You don’t need to be with each other (dependence). The former is a mutual coming together. The latter is tinged with urgency and desperation. Codependents may have difficulty being alone, feel unworthy of being loved and a fear of…
5 Tips for Preventing Marriage Burnout
Unrealistic ideas of "happily ever after" can ruin a good relationship.
UCS welcomes Teal to Psychiatric Medical Team
Tue, 07/18/2017 - 2:38pm -- Denise Sortor United Counseling Service welcomes Laurie Teal, APRN, as the newest member of the Psychiatric Medical Team (PMT). The PMT supports all Divisions of UCS by providing medical treatments for psychiatric conditions and ensuring clinical standards of services are being maintained. The team also provides psychiatric consultation to Southwestern Vermont Medical Center (SVMC). “We are excited to have Laurie on board,” says UCS Executive Director, Lorna Mattern. “She has a deep concern and passion for psychiatric care and will be a valuable asset to our team.” Teal comes from a background of over 25 years of acute inpatient psychiatric care. She has been a group facilitator for Cognitive Behavior Therapy…
How Obamacare Repeal Would Hurt Drug Treatment Centers
Richard French speaks with Integrity House President & CEO Robert J. Budsock would affect drug treatment centers.