Michael Roth was recently a guest on the FitForJoy.org podcast. The topic was “Intimacy Anorexia: A Hidden Addiction” You can listen to this informative podcast by clicking below. Please follow and like us:
Trauma is certainly a difficult problem to overcome. Trauma can lead to a number of challenging emotional issues, ranging from anxiety to flashbacks to grief. Grief, however, is a problem that is often inadequately addressed in regards to trauma. Many
Dr. Bunny Vreeland and Michael Roth, C.Ad, SRC., further discuss their unique and effective new program, which has been designed to help people who have been affected by trauma, specifically childhood trauma. If you’ve experienced loss of a loved one,
by Michael Roth, C.Ad, SRC Trauma occurs when someone has an experience that they are unable to cope with mentally or emotionally. The feelings that arise from the situation are internalized in the form of trauma, and these feelings must
Trauma and addiction are two very difficult conditions to live with. To make matters worse, trauma and addiction are often linked to each other: addiction can lead to trauma, and traumatized people are more likely to develop addictions. In this
Intimacy is a hugely important part of human life. Intimacy allows us to develop deep connections with other people, and can significantly enhance and propel our relationships forward. Unfortunately, not everyone is able to easily develop intimate relationships with people.
If you struggle with an addiction yourself, or if someone that you love and care for is struggling with one or has struggled with one in the past, then you have probably had to endure some difficult situations. Some of