In part 1 of this Anger Management Spotlight series, we discussed how parents deal with anger and how it affects their parenting. After reviewing our temperament as parents, it is now time to move into a discussion on how to cope with our spouse – the angry husband. Part 1 of the Anger Management spotlight […]
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Substance Abuse: Unveiling the Myths About Drug Addiction By, Mayah Taylor, MA Myths about drug addiction remain an issue among Americans today. In case you didn’t know September is National Recovery Month. It is important that we spend the time to educate ourselves on substance use treatment and mental health services. People need to know […]
I no longer have the energy for meaningless friendships, forced interactions or unnecessary conversations.
The best feeling in the whole world is watching things finally fall into place after watching them all apart for so long. -LiveLifeHappy.com
By Mayah Taylor, M.A. The Relationship Between Community Support Groups and Anger How do support groups or more specifically community support help people with anger management? Who needs it? Why? What does it do for you? These are the questions we tend to ask ourselves when we hear the word “support.” Most if not all […]
Before you speak….THINK! T-is it true? h-is it helpful? i-is it inspiring? n-is it necessary? k-is it kind?
Freshman binge drinking has been a long-time college culture notion. Entering college life can be a high time for teens. Stepping up to a new stage in life can be both exciting and nerve-racking for these teens. There are many factors that affect why students start to drink and some of these may be quite […]
Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future. – Robert Schuller