Codependency, Acupuncture and Comfort Food – The Best of Excursions Magazine

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Presenting three great articles showcasing the talent of Sanford House staff members. Clinicians Jess Kimmel and Lynnel Brewster on “Codependency” and the benefits of “Acupuncture”. And chef Katie Kemperman redefines “Comfort Food”. Enjoy…

 

 Codependency: Why the Children of Alcoholics Try to Make it All Better…

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It’s Time to Redefine “Comfort Food” in Recovery

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When most people think of comfort food they think of meatloaf and mashed potatoes. They envision stew, bread and butter and something slathered in syrup – like pancakes or sausages. Remember the orphans in a ragged line, asking for “more” in the musical Oliver? And the song, “Food, Glorious Food”? When women come to us [read more…]

 

 

 

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