Women

Women

Let’s take a closer look at articles about (and for) women dealing with addiction or dealing with someone close to them suffering from addiction.

Articles About Women

Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Statistics

Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Statistics

A recent report published by TechReport.com reveals a multitude of eye-opening statistics about drug addiction. Below, we examine 10 of these alarming statistics and provide links to resources that can help families learn how to navigate addiction and mental health...

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Are You Guilty Of Therapy Speak?

Are You Guilty Of Therapy Speak?

Some parts below are excerpted from health.com June 2023 In recent years, conversations about mental health have thrived on social media platforms like Instagram and TikTok. In turn, phrases previously used mostly in psychiatrists’ and psychologists’...

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The Pig Butchering Scam (here we go again)

The Pig Butchering Scam (here we go again)

In the last few weeks I have sadly received 3 calls a week about a loved one being scammed and losing hundreds of thousands of dollars, alienating family and not being able to discern that the reach out is not real rather a most clever ploy to pull at one's...

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What Do Bows And Arrows Have To Do With Resiliency? 

What Do Bows And Arrows Have To Do With Resiliency? 

Those of you who know my story know that I was born on a fault line of trauma, sudden death, mental health and folks swirling around me who drown their sorrows in alcohol. My introduction to suicide was jarring! Here I was a chubby, freckle-faced third grader trying...

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 9 Signs You Have a Toxic Friendship

 9 Signs You Have a Toxic Friendship

Not all friendships are wonderful. Here are 9 signs that this is not a friendship for you. The friendship doesn’t feel right. Trust your gut. Something feels uncomfortable in the relationship. It feels awkward when you think about them or talk to them. Their...

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You’ve Got A Friend

You’ve Got A Friend

When Carole King wrote, the world-famous song "You Got a Friend", she was certainly bright and intuitive. Science says making new friends is food for your health and as I am learning, it is never too late to do so. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eAR_Ff5A8Rk When we...

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Additional Resources For Women

Women for Sobriety

Falling Up: A Memoir of Renewal
Louise Stanger

Learn To Thrive
Louise Stanger

Mirror of Intimacy: Daily Reflections on Emotional and Erotic Intelligence
Alexandra Katehakis & Tom Bliss

Making Advances
Marnie C. Ferree