Category Archives: Denial

Daily Reading – June 26, 2012

Mental health, like dandruff, crops up when you least expect it. —Robin Worthington We’re responsible for the effort but not the outcome. Frequently, a single problem or many problems overwhelm us. We may feel crazy, unable to cope and certain

Daily Reading – June 26, 2012

Mental health, like dandruff, crops up when you least expect it. —Robin Worthington We’re responsible for the effort but not the outcome. Frequently, a single problem or many problems overwhelm us. We may feel crazy, unable to cope and certain

Get me out of the river! I’m soaked!

We all see very clearly denial in addictions. An active alcoholic or drug user or eating disordered person can very often be the epitome of denial. Addiction though does not exist in a vacuum. Over and over people can hear

Get me out of the river! I’m soaked!

We all see very clearly denial in addictions. An active alcoholic or drug user or eating disordered person can very often be the epitome of denial. Addiction though does not exist in a vacuum. Over and over people can hear

Daily Recovery Reading – May 17, 2011

Recently I attended a meeting where the suggested topic for discussion was denial.  I was struck by a broader awareness of denial than I had previously imagined.  There is denial of the disease of alcoholism and its side affects. There

Daily Recovery Reading – May 17, 2011

Recently I attended a meeting where the suggested topic for discussion was denial.  I was struck by a broader awareness of denial than I had previously imagined.  There is denial of the disease of alcoholism and its side affects. There