• The Keys to Successful Marriage

    The Keys to Successful Marriage

    Why do some marriages seem to work out and others fail?  Why do certain couples just seem to “fit” together and others, sometimes those who appear to have the perfect relationship, end up divorced?  Over the last few decades researchers have attempted to gain a better understanding of what it takes to make a successful marriage. […]

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  • Alcohol Addiction and Women

    Alcohol Addiction and Women

    I suspect that in our society we have a stereotypical idea in our heads of what an alcoholic is supposed to look like.  Perhaps the best way to describe the image is as a middle-aged man, in a dead-end job, with very little future.  In our environment, TV, movies, etc., we seem to have that image […]

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  • How to Choose an Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Program

    How to Choose an Alcohol and Drug Rehab Treatment Program

    Deciding which drug rehab program to use out of the more than 10,000 in the United States can feel daunting to say the least. Frequently, family members are attempting to select an alcohol or drug rehab program for a loved one. The generally increases feelings of responsibility but it can be a bit challenging since you have to use […]

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  • About David

     Improve Your Emotional Well-Being  Strengthen Your Interpersonal Relationship Skills Feel Empowered as you take Control of Your Life As an interactive, solution-focused therapist, my treatment approach is to provide support and practical feedback to help clients address current life challenges and long-standing issues. Beginning the process of individual therapy or marriage counseling is often both […]

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  • The Addictions

  • Our History of Alcoholism: A Family Matter

    Our History of Alcoholism: A Family Matter

    According to the ultimate authority in the US for alcoholism and addiction related issues, (The NIAAA or The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism), a history of alcoholism in a family is a very strong indicator that other relatives may

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  • Family Dynamics and Vicodin Addiction

    Family Dynamics and Vicodin Addiction

    Vicodin addiction (Hydrocodone) damages the closest of relationships, those between parents and children, wives and husbands, siblings, lovers etc. As the addiction progresses, it takes more and more of a toll on the friends and family members of the addict in

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  • Alcohol Addiction and Women

    Alcohol Addiction and Women

    I suspect that in our society we have a stereotypical idea in our heads of what an alcoholic is supposed to look like.  Perhaps the best way to describe the image is as a middle-aged man, in a dead-end job, with

    May 18, 2011 | 1 comment | View Post

  • Couples

  • The Keys to Successful Marriage

    The Keys to Successful Marriage

    Why do some marriages seem to work out and others fail?  Why do certain couples just seem to “fit” together and others, sometimes those who appear to have the perfect relationship, end up divorced?  Over the last few decades researchers have

    Jun 17, 2011 | 0 comments | View Post