The Healing Group
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You don’t have to do this alone!

Broken Plate

If you have an episode of depression, debilitating anxiety, addiction, or any emotional crisis, it’s important to get the help you need. Once you feel more stable (the pieces have been glued together) it is of utmost importance for you to continue to HANDLE YOURSELF WITH CARE.

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You’ve heard the expression “nobody eats the whole cake in one bite,” or “”you can’t get to the top of the mountain in one step.” Sometimes certain situations can feel overwhelming. If we try to anticipate each step along the way between A and Z, all at the same time, we will be full of anxiety and will likely feel helpless and inadequate.

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Alison Stevelman, LCSW
You can’t handle the truth?

Unattended truth festers and can grow into a major roadblock. Lots of times when people struggling with addiction come into contact with systems of authority, their first instinct can be to avoid mandates, not comply with requirements, or disagree with legal expectations. Acceptance is the path to successful next steps.

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It’s really no big deal

Problems that start small almost always grow big. What starts as a dilemma or a conflict can turn into a crisis if it’s not attended to. The most responsible people are afraid to ask for help. People who are caretakers, or “the rock in the family” tend to shrug off self-care.

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