Activity in the Brain and its Relationship with Trauma

October 13th, 2016

Scientists have been looking at brain wave activity for years for the purpose of developing treatments for various disorders. For example, ADHD in children can be measured by observing electrical activity in the frontal lobe [...]

Filling the Void After a Trauma

September 26th, 2016

Anyone who has ever experienced trauma knows that it leaves holes in its wake. These may be holes of: Not being wanted Not being seen Not being able to speak the truth about what you [...]

Why Do Some People Become Addicted to Sex While Others Don’t?

September 13th, 2016

One of the most common questions surrounding addiction is why do some people get hooked and others don’t? Although we understand more about drug and alcohol addiction than ever before, there are still many questions [...]

5 Goals to Set In Sex Addiction Recovery

September 12th, 2016

One of the biggest concerns for anyone who is in recovery from sex addiction is the possibility of relapse. Not only is this a major setback, it can also be incredibly discouraging and demoralizing for [...]