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Grief Is A Fact Of Life

Grief is a fact of life. As much as we hate it, fight it, or hide from it, it still lurks in the background. Allowing time and space for grief is not something I have always done. I would have preferr...

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Strengths and Weaknesses As A Spiritual Role In Recovery

By: Nancy Greenlee, LPC, The Meadows Therapist Once a month, the Workshop team is treated to a consultation from Pia Mellody, the creator of the Survivors workshop treatment model. She makes herself a...

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Thrive – After the Leap

By Lauren Mehr MS, LPC, CCTP Recently, someone I greatly admire celebrated her 60th birthday by jumping out of a plane… on purpose! She had decided that she wanted to live her 60th year as a ‘year ...

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Couples Begin the Journey to Emotional Reconnection after Sexual Addiction Recovery

Discovery to Recovery Part 2: Emotional Impact and Emotional Restitution Couples who have struggled with the enormity of damage caused by sexual addiction often feel hopeless and helpless. When they t...

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How Workshops Aid in Healing, Recovery, and Emotional Growth

By Georgia Fourlas, DSW, MSW, LCSW, LISAC, CSAT-S Clinical Director of Workshops, Rio Retreat Center at The Meadows For those who are looking to overcome negative behaviors, or even simply identify th...

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Denied Grief: When the Heart Hurts in Silence

By Tian Dayton Psychologist, Senior Fellow at The Meadows, Author, Specialist in Addictions and Relational Trauma, Psychodramatist “There is a sacredness in tears. They are not the mark of weakness, b...

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