Get Real Sobriety (feat) K Samantha Matern

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"Until we make the unconscious conscious, it will direct our life and we will call it fate". CG Jung

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"To let the unconscious go it's own way and to experience it as reality is something that exceeds the courage and capacity of the average European. He prefers simply not to understand this problem. For the spiritually weakened this is the…

Regarding Relationships; Two nonnegotiable elements

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By Samantha Matern, Counselor – M.A., J.D.   The two most important, nonnegotiable elements of a healthy relationship of any kind are trust and respect. Love is not a mandatory element of a healthy relationship - only trust and…

Addiction vs Recovery - By; Elaine H.

Samantha Matern (AKA: Sam, Sami), has a Masters in Counseling Psychology, a Doctorate in Jurisprudence (law degree), and is registered and certified in Addictions Counseling. Samantha is also a Certified Addictions Educator and is currently…

The Grappling Alternative; By Adam

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Editorial: Samantha Matern (AKA: Sam, Sami), has a Masters in Counseling Psychology, a Doctorate in Jurisprudence (law degree), and is registered and certified in Addictions Counseling. Samantha is also a Certified Addictions Educator and…

A Sacred Relationship: Holding the flashlight

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A Sacred Relationship: This statement refers to the relationship between the therapist and the client. There is truly an art and a technique in listening. It allows for the opening of the attainment of power. It's the power…

Clarity; Our Experiences Are Not Mistakes

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I think for this entry from Marianne Williamson's Language of Letting Go, it really depends on your value system or your belief system. This entry talks a lot about God, a lot about there being a "plan". For some people this might sound…

Holding Your Own; Trust What YOU know

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It can be difficult to trust ourselves, to return and re-align with our natural given intuition and instincts. After years of avoiding, neglecting, or allowing others to dominate or oppress us, we can finally discover just how far away we have…