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Often times when I meet with individuals seeking support for dealing with their addicted loved ones, it is as if they are in the midst of a chaotic storm, spinning in circles, struggling to find a starting point at which to take back their lives. I wanted to simplify the first steps to getting your life back on track when dealing with an addicted loved one.
Does someone have an addiction if they only use on the weekends? Do they have a problem if they still go to work during the week? Whether it’s a friend, sibling, husband/wife, co-worker or yourself that uses every weekend, here are a few questions to ask yourself/propose to your loved one to see if a problem exists.
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Some researchers believe that up to 80% of us hate our jobs and would like to do something else. You can read some of these findings here http://www.businessinsider.com/what-do-you-do-when-you-hate-your-job-2010-10. But what if how you feel about your job has nothing to do with that actual job? What if ADHD is causing you to be bored with an occupation or work activity that you should really be doing?
As a child, someone said go left, and you insisted on going right. You saw things at school that weren’t “fair,” so you fought them. You had teachers you disagreed with, so you argued. In high school, you didn’t like most of the rules, and fought for those as well. At University or College, you didn’t think the lectures in front of 1,000 students were worth going to, so you got notes online and from your friends and didn’t attend. You still got an 85%. In our practice, we often see this with Temporal