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I’m terrified they will relapse and overdose.  I feel betrayed and angry.  I am grieving the loss of the person I loved before addiction “took over”.  Anxious?  Real Talk leads to real change.


Feeling trapped?  Understand beliefs and behaviors that support addiction.  Heal the anxiety fueling your family’s pattern.  In heart-breaking situations, learn how to give yourself a break.

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This is the permanent change you are looking for.  Learn what really “runs the show”.  Speak your deepest truth and fears to people who “get it”.  You can understand and heal your family.


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Developmental (Childhood) Trauma

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Am I doomed to repeat the past? Is there a way out?

Sometimes it seems change is hard to come by. You might find yourself in talk therapy, year after year after year, repeating the […]

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