We Know Better!

As a society, we generally have pretty strong opinions – and even stronger emotions – regarding people who suffer with addictions. Take a casual survey, and you’re likely to find viewpoints that range from fearful, resentful and hopeless to downright … Continue reading

Mom, Dad and Diana

My mother was God’s perfect embodiment of unconditional love in my life;  and my father will always be my greatest (mortal) hero.  I miss them both, terribly.  Today would have been my mother’s 88th birthday.  Unfortunately, she died many years … Continue reading

It Just Makes Sense

I just read an interesting Huffington Post article about a recent study that has identified a link between childhood abuse in women and food addiction.  Dr. Susan Mason, a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School’s Conner Center for Women’s Health … Continue reading