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Just yesterday I was on my favourite stream trying to land a very nice steelhead that had just hit my small fly. As I was fighting the fish, enjoying every minute, I started wondering if I would release him or keep him for a cooking show episode (if I catch one, I usually eat one trout a year). Well no sooner had the thought hit me of how I would prepare the dinner, then the trout broke off my line. Had I tried to bring him in too quickly? Had I tied a bad knot? Did I forget to check the line for any f
If your child seems defiant and oppositional to everything you ask them to do, it can get more difficult if they also have ADHD. A recent poll at our web site www.drsvec.com found that approximately 50% of those that answered the question of who is in control at home reported that it was their children. Not a good thing.
Recovery Support Blog
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.