Addiction and Workaholism

Addiction and Workaholism

Contrary to popular belief, workaholism is not defined as the amount of time spent at work. After all, we’ve all seen people aglow with inspiration, happily burning the midnight oil to finish projects that they love.

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Addiction and Traumatic Events

Addiction and Traumatic Events

“My drinking only got really bad after [blank] happened.”

“I only started shooting heroin after [blank].”

“It was [blank] that really messed me up.”

You can fill in the blanks at least broadly,

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Addiction and Eating Disorders

Addiction and Eating Disorders

“To lose confidence in one’s body is to lose confidence in oneself.”

With those words, Simone De Beauvoir identified one of the most devastating aspects of eating disorders: the way in which they undermine one’s sense of self.

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