Relationships

July 19, 2017
trust issues

Trust Issues are Normal, Here’s How to Work With Them

We aren’t going to tell you to get over your trust issues. In recovery from mental health, there’s no reason to tell anyone to just “get over it”. The behaviors we develop over a lifetime […]
June 30, 2017
toxic situation recovery

5 Steps To Get Through (and Get Out) Of a Toxic Situation

It’s toxic and you’re slipping under, like a bad Britney Spear’s song. Toxic situations happen before we can recognize just how toxic they are. Now that you’re aware, here are five steps to get through […]
June 27, 2017
talking about addiction

4 Things To Say When You Don’t Feel Like You Can Say Anything

Communication is hard for everyone, not just addicts and alcoholics in recovery. Like all human beings, we have a need to be heard, acknowledged, and understood. Unfortunately, we aren’t always in situations where it would […]
April 7, 2017

How To Date When You Have Depression

Dating is a natural evolution in recovery after taking some time to work on yourself. Now that you’ve healed and grown, it’s time to put yourself out there and let other people see how amazing […]
January 2, 2017

10 Ways Childhood Divorce Impacts You As An Adult

Divorce can be tumultuous. Rarely is there a peaceful divorce in which parents remain healthy friends. Being a child during a divorce has impact on adulthood. You still feel conflicted. You probably gave up the […]
September 16, 2016
Loneliness: A Virtue or a Threat?

Loneliness: A Virtue or a Threat?

Loneliness feels terrible. While some research suggests that loneliness is an artform and necessary skill for survival in life, new science states that loneliness can be as harmful as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. Comparing […]
September 1, 2016
Can You Be Addicted to Sexting?

Can You Be Addicted to Sexting?

Sexting is the term used to describe conversations of a highly sexual nature that occur over text message. Like a dirty phone talk, sexting happens at the whims of one’s thumbs, rather than their mouths. […]
August 29, 2016
Communication Skills: Don’t Use Periods While Texting

Communication Skills: Don’t Use Periods While Texting

We’ve seen it happen. Someone says, “Ok” and it means, okay. Someone says, “Ok.” and there is an impending sense of doom. We are suddenly falling down a spiral of insecurity, paranoia, and despair. What […]