Childhood Trauma, Addiction, and the Hope of Recovery, with Tricia Moceo

Childhood trauma and addiction, unfortunately, go hand in hand quite often. According to SAMHSA: In the United States, 61 percent of men and 51 percent of women report exposure to at least one-lifetime traumatic event, and 90 percent of clients in public behavioral health care settings have experienced trauma. In addition, the Adverse Childhood Experience…

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Adverse Childhood Experiences and Living an Authentic Life, with Leslie Peters, RN – Ep. 133

Living an authentic life, something I think most of us can agree is important. When we are being true to ourselves, living life in a way that is congruent with our beliefs, values, morals, and yes “just feels right”, it shows in how we interact with the world and how we treat ourselves. It’s not…

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Podcast – Ep. 96 – Love Addiction, Sex Addiction, and Co-Dependency, with Shena Tubbs, MMFT, LPC

Admitting out loud to yourself can be difficult enough, but admitting to another person can be downright scary, embarrassing, and shame inducing. When you come face to face with an addiction of any type, it means you’re taking the first step in a difficult recovery, but one that is absolutely possible. After all, without Hope,…

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