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Relapse Prevention: Finding Engagement, Involvement and Purpose through Compassion Attentiveness

Wednesday, March 11, 2015,
Categories: Recovery

The Fact of Relapse

According to National Institute on Drug Abuse, relapse rates for drug addiction are around an astounding 40-60%.   In cases of Opiate Addiction, the rate is as high as 85%. In spite of the abundance of inpatient and outpatient care available to people in need of help, an enormous number of addicts will relapse several times and may never be totally free of their addiction.

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Becoming Soul Mates and The Impact of Addiction

Monday, January 12, 2015,
Categories: Family System

People often say, I married my Soul Mate. But, the fact is that no one marries their Soul Mate. Couples become Soul Mates after sharing their lives together through good and bad times. They eventually reach a point in their relationship when they are two bodies but one mind and one Soul.  

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Compassion Attentiveness – A new therapeutic style

Saturday, August 30, 2014,

Addicts in psychotherapy are often ambivalent about whether they are ready to act compassionately, even if their own recovery depends on it. You may ask, what could possibly cause ambivalence in the area of compassion?

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