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

Have We Come a Long Way, Baby? Women and Alcohol

Have We Come a Long Way, Baby? Women and Alcohol

When I was growing up, I used to look up to my mother in awe. She was stunning with her hair drawn back in a chignon, dressed in original long, flowing dresses, nails perfectly manicured in a bright red hue. As she sashayed across the room with a whiskey sour in one...

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Dating Apps

Dating Apps

Online dating apps most likely are here to stay even in a post Covid world. Tips for how to stay safe and avoid the scammers.

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Romance Scams

Romance Scams

Love is big business during COVID-19. Beware the romance scams, as they are on the rise!

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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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SoundBath Experience – The Integratron 

SoundBath Experience – The Integratron 

*Image courtesy The Integratron website As I welcome my 73rdyear, I decided I wanted to experience new and different ways of healing. There is nothing very remarkable about 73, not like 21, 25, 50, 65 or even 70. Seventy-Three means 72 is gone, and 74 is approaching....

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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