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RTC partners with Denver Channel 7 News on Pornography Epidemic

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

On May 24th, we at RTC were honored to be asked to a be part of Denver’s Channel 7 News program featuring the dangers of pornography use, particularly in children and adolescents. Chris Simon was interviewed… Read More

 

What Happens When Prevention Doesn’t Work?

Wednesday, November 16th, 2016

Recently, I have discovered a new reality when working with my clients, and even in my own recovery. Many of us expend 99% of our energy trying to prevent bad things from happening. We create plans an… Read More

 

Sex and Money: The Taboo Topics

Wednesday, October 19th, 2016

I have often heard the joke, “The only two things you don’t talk about in marriage are sex and money.” I have giggled alongside the jokester, but until now never given it much thought. Why don’t… Read More

 

Do Not Pass Go

Wednesday, September 28th, 2016

In a world where it is easy to put our best feet forward online, it makes me wonder how many of us are using the online world to avoid close relationships. We have ways to access… Read More

 

Does Porn Really Change Your Brain?

Wednesday, September 14th, 2016

Did you know that your brain is constantly changing? Based on the information you “feed” your brain every day, it adjusts to bring in new information and store old information. How the brain works is absolutely… Read More

 

Technology Filtering: Our Recommendations

Wednesday, August 31st, 2016

For anyone struggling with pornography addiction, finding computer and phone filtering software is essential to beginning recovery. It is not the only step, but it is a practical step in helping yourself learn to cope with… Read More

 

The Trap of “More”

Wednesday, July 27th, 2016

We live in a culture that tells us we can have whatever we desire. Children are raised from a young age being told they can be whoever they want to be, work whatever job or profession… Read More

 

The Island of Isolation

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2016

Anyone who’s walked through life has experienced the feeling of isolation, that place of being alone, separated from others. Isolation can stem from the rejection of others or physically not having anyone around. More often than… Read More

 

Community: The Strength of Support

Wednesday, June 15th, 2016

Many people ask me what’s the most important part of the recovery journey. I could answer a litany of options such as discipline, motivation, dedication, a recovery plan, and more. All of these are important to recovery,… Read More

 

My Everyday Shadow: Anxiety

Wednesday, June 8th, 2016

Do you remember the original Peter Pan movie? Picture it with me for a moment. Peter Pan enters into the movie chasing his unruly shadow that somehow separated itself from him. The shadow bounces around the… Read More

 

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