Posts Tagged ‘life choices’

appetites, addiction & relationality

Posted on: October 3, 2011
addiction & balance

Human beings have a variety of powerful appetites. We hunger for food, love, fun, meaning, physical affection, bodily safety and material security.  Adults hunger for sex. Children hunger for play.  Both hunger for a sense of competence in navigating their environments. The list goes on. These appetites are not frivolous desires; they are physiological mandates… Read More…

other people’s unhealthy choices

Posted on: August 15, 2011
unhealthy choices

It is very difficult when someone close to us continuously makes unhealthy choices – choices that lead to increased depression, anxiety, dysfunction, and suffering. Whether their decisions are related to a toxic relationship, substance abuse, finances or something else, the result is the same: Again and again, we find ourselves bearing witness to decisions that… Read More…