Lying and addiction tend to go together for many different reasons. Whether it be to cope with feelings of guilt and shame or societal stigma, there are some behaviors an addicted person can do to try and repair trust with loved ones.
Is your family struggling to overcome a loss, trauma, or the effects a mental disorder may have on your family system? The therapists at the Center for Growth have compiled tips and articles on family therapy and families play a role in an individual's life. Learn more below!
Have you ever become so frustrated with you partner that you say to yourself, “I just don’t understand him/her”, “What were they thinking”, and “What could possibly be their motivation to do…”. You become baffled continue reading
Understanding your child’s learning style is an essential step in assessing which school setting is the best fit for your child. As parents, you have the power to send your child to a school that continue reading
When you think of your parenting role, what immediately comes to mind? More than likely, your thoughts turn to surviving the day (and/or getting the jelly bean out of your son’s nose). Due to the continue reading
Therapy in Philadelphia: This genogram tip is designed for individuals in relationships who want to explore their family of origin as one way to learn more about their role in conflicts they have with their continue reading
Many individuals decide to attend psychotherapy for a number of reasons: anxiety, depression, sexual and emotional affairs, divorce, sexual abuse, physical abuse, conflicts in family or at work, self-esteem issues, codependency continue reading
Center for Growth / Addiction Recovery in Philadelphia: The Addictive Family SystemGrowing up a part of a family, it’s easy to believe that how you are raised and what you see in your family is continue reading
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