In Western culture, codependency is a virtual epidemic, and it’s not just women who experience it: 40 million Americans are considered codependent. But certain factors make this an especially common phenomenon among women. If you’ve started to notice patterns of particularly unequal and draining relationships...

When it comes to treating depression, conventional medicine typically focuses on two things: diagnosis and symptoms – and the treatment method of choice in the vast majority of cases involves a prescription. It comes as no surprise, then, that one out of every 10 Americans...

While traditional medical and talk therapy can indeed be effective for treating mental health disorders, the root causes of conditions like depression, anxiety and PTSD often exist in parts of your being that conventional therapy can’t easily reach. The serious adverse effects and addictive potential...

Is it possible to use alternative treatments for depression to tap into the power of changing the brain through the quantum field?There’s a new term floating around the world of quantum physics: “quantum cognition,” which is rooted in a theory that suggests the mathematical principles...

When we think of addiction recovery, the 12-Step approach is often the first option that comes to mind. And while it works well for some, others struggle with this method. They may reach a certain place in their recovery and hit a plateau, find themselves...

There is a growing and welcome trend in addiction treatment where the focus is on the underlying and root cause of the addiction rather than on the symptom of the addiction itself. Traditional 12 step treatment programs believe that addiction is a life- long incurable...