As a nh ladc and anger management clinician, I an my staff will address your needs as unique. No one is put into a box or treated with cookie cutter programming. Nor do we you labeling yourself as a finished product like addict, drunk, loser, drug addict, or any other sort. You do what you do for your reasoning and it is through your reasoning that we help you sort out your motivation for use to abuse.
Posts Tagged ‘Control’
Two clients, both young, frustrated, confused, ashamed and embarrassed. At least that is how they both presented themselves the first time I met them. Now looking at their arms, at one time I saw the marks of needles, scars from cutting, and on him burn marks from cigarettes. From an outsider looking in, one would [...]
Choice is a matter of goal direction, it is my opinion that all choices are filtered through our insecurities. Insecurity is a copulation of perspectives of inadequacy, inferiority, and insignificance. Since no one being is totally adequate, ferior, and significant, we compensate. How we compensate is a matter of choice.
The first thing that comes to mind is what this person is doing has to serve a purpose. All behavior is goal directed. The goal of all behavior is to maximize comfort and minimize discomfort. In other words, maximize the power of control to one’s personal self while minimizing the loss of power of control to social self.
The fact of the matter is, the only way you can relive the past is by allowing yourself to think of the past. Even so, many of us tend to allow ourselves to reflect upon what once was, bring those memories into the moment, personalize and catastrophize, and project into the future what we think will be.