Articles for Women
Neurochemistry of Addiction
by Mark Laaser & Debbie Laaser
We would like to cover the basics of how our brain health is essential to our recovery. The field of neuroscience has been making great strides in the last 20-30 years. It can be very technical and we have tried to distill from it some basic truth that we all need to know. We are not going to give you complex anatomy or terms. Rather, we will try to give you a lay person’s basic understanding.
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When Two Lesbians Walk Into a Church Seeking Trouble
by John Burke
“I came on a mission to shock people,” Amy admits. “Rachel and I would hold hands in front of people, but instead of the disgusted looks of contempt we expected, people met eyes with us and treated us like real people. So we started coming to church weekly. We kept moving closer to the front each week, trying to get a reaction so that we’d be rejected sooner rather than later. When we couldn’t shock people, we stopped trying and started learning."
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Can Women Be Sex Addicts?
by Robert Weiss LCSW, CSAT-S
From what the media tells us, sexual addiction is a strictly male problem – or least that is all we seem to hear.
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