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dealing with toxic family members
Posted By : vibrant Date: 7 AUG 2013

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First of all dealing with Toxic family members isn't easy! The first step is ensuring that you do not keep nagging at them or being negative about their toxic addictions. The best way is to help them by expressing positive affirmations. Now this does not always work but you can try. Secondly,depending on their addictions you may want to take help of a professional therapist. To help with toxic addictions, case history of the patient is absolutely important. The case history determines their treatment plan. Based on that patients are advised to take certain amount of sessions which act as a detoxification method. Meditation is also one of the most effective form of therapy to not only relax the patients but to help them charge with positive behavior. I am definitely available to help you in this case.....Thanks hope this information is helpful. 
Response By: Stuti Pardhe Date: 7 AUG 2013

There are three ways to co-exist within a toxic environment - you can be part of it, defuse it or dismiss it. Each has a benefit and a price.
Response By: Eric Holmes Date: 7 AUG 2013


Thank you for writing to Proven Therapy and considering your options for support.

 Only you know the exact circumstances of the situation. For this reason, if you haven't already, I'd suggest reading the background/experience  of the counselors offering to work with you, and making a decision based on what you consider the best match for your particular situation.

 This is a group of highly qualified professionals, but only you could decide what would best serve your specific  need.

 Feel free to email directly  after reading my  professional experiences and special offer for  client therapy efficiency and affordability. 

I hope this suggestion helps.

Good luck in your search for a good match and in resolving the toxic issues that concern you.

Rodica Mihalis, M.S. Counseling and Clinical Psychology

Response By: Rodica Mihalis Date: 7 AUG 2013