Men

Men

Let’s explore articles for and about men suffering from addiction, as well as articles for men who have someone in their life suffering from addiction.

Articles For Men

It’s All About Our Childhood

It’s All About Our Childhood

Not too sure what has gotten into my head today yet I just wrote a blog on its all about the bacon…really it’s about the childhood smells of food that comforted me when things got tough. Then I got to thinking about my childhood and how we often repeat what we don’t...

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Do You Know a Workaholic?

Do You Know a Workaholic?

I was so busy working that I missed July 5 National Workaholics Day. I guess I am guilty as charged. In fact, it wasn’t until a Forbes article undulated before my tired work eyes did, I ever know there was a National Workaholic Day. In my life every day is a workday....

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Are You Reckless? Is Addiction Reckless Behavior?

Are You Reckless? Is Addiction Reckless Behavior?

Lately I have been thinking about what prompts reckless behavior. We all know that in the past 4 months we have been cautioned to act with reserve, to stay put, to social distance and to wear masks. However, life is messy, and events have occurred which have served as...

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Swing Into Recovery with Golf

Swing Into Recovery with Golf

My husband, John Wadas CFRE, as some of you may know, is a certified funding executive and retired athletic director (SDSU, ASU, South Florida and Long Beach State). Along with his wrestling prowess, he is a former collegiate golf coach and sat on the NCAA Division I...

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This Valentines Day, Don’t be in the SNARK TANK

This Valentines Day, Don’t be in the SNARK TANK

With Valentine’s Day fast upon us, advertisers undulate before our eyes hearts and flowers, gifts and chocolates, teddy bears and fancy restaurants. As such, it’s a great time to take a look at the relationships we might be in and if they are helpful or not. In some...

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Digital Media Marketing and Interventionists Etiquette

Digital Media Marketing and Interventionists Etiquette

I love the fact that in the digital media age we can connect across the globe on Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. These platforms have become major marketing tools. Since 1973, I have been a licensed clinician and a proud interventionist. I...

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Exercise and Addiction Recovery

Exercise and Addiction Recovery

There’s no question recovery can be tough. At times, it can feel like attending group sessions is like climbing a Stairmaster. However, that Stairmaster may be that extra push for your body to feel great and experience the benefits of healthy living. In fact, evidence...

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