Asking For Help is a Sign of Strength, Not Weakness

For those of you who prefer to watch instead of read, I present one of my latest videos on strength. If you like these, I'd urge you to check out my Instagram page at http://Instagram.com/paddictrecovery There's plenty of other great stuff on their, too. For those of you who miss the personality-based posts I'd put…

Khloe Kardashian & Britney Spears: Why Do We Judge the Famous?

I kind of checked out on pop culture a while ago. My kids probably kept me relevant a little past my shelf life, but earlier today I found myself defending Britney Spears and Khloe Kardashian to a person who equates fame and fortune with somehow negating the DNA the rest of us carry around. Both…

Guest Entry: Is Your Legacy as a Father at Potential Risk?

By Dr. Eddie Capparucci, Ph.D., LPC, C-CSAS What will be your legacy as a father? Would your children say if someone asked if you were a good dad? Would that person hear how you take time to play catch in the backyard, attend dance recitals, serve as a Boy Scout leader, make the world’s best…

Pornography now part of the curriculum for one NY school?

Over the last few days a lot of media outlets have been covering the story of a private, New York City prep school that presented a sexuality lecture to students that pushed an envelope not traditionally pushed in school. If you'd like to read one of the news reports, this comes from the New York…

Hey Former Addicts, We Have the Same Disease: Addiction

A couple of days ago, a friend who has written books about her addiction approached me about a project. I won't share details about her here because it could make her identifiable and I don't want to do that. This isn't about her. She is involved in creating a book that would feature addicts of…