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adinasilvestri.com Dealing with an Angry Husband

Anger Management Spotlight: The Angry Husband

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 […]

adinasilvestri.com quote of the day to the outsiders

10-15-17 Quote of the day: to the outsiders.

I like messy people.  People who don’t fit in a box or stay between the lines. But who’s integrity is greater than any rule book and who’s loyalty is stronger than blood.

www.adinasilvestri.com quote of the day your people your soul

10-11-17 Quote of the day: Your People, Your Soul.

Your soul is attracted to people the same way flowers are attracted to the sun. Surround yourself only with those who want to see you grow. -pavava

www.adinasilvestri.com Suicide Prevention and Questioning Your Thoughts

Suicide Prevention and Questioning Your Thoughts

Is this Normal? My two residents, Anne Moss Rogers, and I went on a road trip last Friday to speak to 77 soldiers, at Fort Lee Army Base, about Suicide Prevention. We were a motley crew on a mission to end stigma-easy, right?! The latest study from the Department of Defense states, 22 soldiers die […]

5 Myths about drug addiction that are completely wrong

5 Myths About Drug Addiction that are Completely Wrong

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 […]

adinasilvestri.com quote of the day Uncertainty

9-11-17 Quote of the day: Uncertainty.

Embrace uncertainty. Some of the most beautiful chapters in our lives won’t have a title until much later. -Bob Goff