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Over the past few years, the federal government has made a noticeable investment in fighting opioid abuse. Traditionally this subject was the purview of federal agencies such as the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), or even the Veteran’s Administration (VA).
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A New Doorway
Change is rarely easy. In fact, it is often a messy business. While great benefits oftentimes result from the altering of our lives or paths, change can be difficult while it is happening.
Featured In This Issue of Counselor Magazine
Healthy Anger: A Mind and Body Approach
Men and Our Anger: How to Make it Work for Good
The Myth of Anger Management
Interview: Women of Color in AA
JSAT: Association between Quality Measures and Mortality in Individuals with Co-Occurring Issues
Celebrity Theft: Unmasking Addictive Criminal Intent
What is God? Part II
When theologians and philosophers postulate the concept of God, it is important to understand that God is not writing about Himself; he is not explicitly saying, “This is how I created the world” or “This is how I interact with the world.” God is not clearly or demonstrably declaring Himself.
Oola for Women: Find Balance in an Unbalanced World by Dave Braun & Troy Amdahl, with Janet Switzer
Oola-la . . . that’s what life feels like when you’re happy, growing, and looking forward to what the world has in store for you. It’s the feeling you get when you’ve landed that better job, grown a bigger business, or watched your kids succeed at something they’re passionate about.
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