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Some Tough Love for the Love Addict in Each of Us

May 29th, 2011 / Couples / No Comments

This guest blog entry is by Victoria Costello, is a writer of Child & Adolescent Psychology |Alpha/Penguin, Jul 2011 and A Lethal Inheritance | Prometheus Books, Jan 2012. For more information, please visit http://www.alehtalinheritance.com. Please note that the opinions presented in the article are that of the author and not necessarily the opinions of RHN. RHN […]

Harm Reduction: Keeping Them Alive for the Miracle

This guest blog entry is by Kenneth Anerson, the founder and CEO of The HAMS Harm Reduction Network and the author of How to Change Your Drinking: a Harm Reduction Guide to Alcohol. Please note that the opinions presented in the article are that of the author and not necessarily the opinions of RHN. RHN […]

4th Step: The Big One

Everyone seems to get a little nervous about the 4th Step, create a fearless moral inventory of yourself. It took a hefty dose of surrender to enter the program. Acknowledging and utilizing a higher power to turn over your self-will, was huge. Now, you’re asked to conduct an inventory of all your resentments. This can […]

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We are always looking for ways to bring you more resources and support. We are asking you to give us feedback on what online tools and resources you are looking for to enhance your recovery from sex and love addiction. Tips? Tools? Please take this secure and confidential survey to help us, help you. The […]

Having Difficulty Solving Problems With Your Partner?

Often couples will come to see me, because they are having difficulty communicating. Solving problems is a common complaint. Solving problems is a rational behavior. Often emotions cloud the problem-solving process. I encourage couples to take turns actively listening to each other. Try to understand where your partner is coming from without judgment, defending or […]

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