Joshua Nichols


By Joshua Nichols / May 28, 2018

When you think of the word TRAUMA what images come to mind?  Maybe your mind steered you toward natural disasters.  You might be thinking about what people had to endure…

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Making Sense of INFIDELITY

By Joshua Nichols / March 29, 2018

There are many ways infidelity can impact a relationship – a single affair, an emotional affair, an online relationship, and even sex addiction.  However, despite what form it takes, it…

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Breaking Bad Parenting: A Legacy of Sexual Shame

By Joshua Nichols / March 1, 2018

“Sex is DIRTY. Sex is BAD. Save it for someone you LOVE.” Unknown Source We, unfortunately, live in a shame-based culture when it comes to sex and sexuality. You may…

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The 5 Pillars for Recovery Success

By Joshua Nichols / February 14, 2018

“Look at a day when you are supremely satisfied at the end. It’s not a day when you lounge around doing nothing; it’s a day you’ve had everything to do…

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Will I Ever Be Able to Forgive?

By Joshua Nichols / January 28, 2018

In this segment of RecoveryTV, therapist, Joshua Nichols, tackles the dreaded F-word – FORGIVENESS!! For more informative videos like this one, please SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel and ring the…

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My Spouse Cheated! How Can a Therapeutic Disclosure Help?

By Joshua Nichols / January 7, 2018

“A disclosure that is less than 100% honest is not a disclosure, but a deception!” Milton S. Magness If you are a spouse or partner in a couple relationship and…

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5 Tips for New Year’s Resolution Success

By Joshua Nichols / December 28, 2017

It’s that time of the year again – the END OF IT! The New Year often brings about an array of thoughts and feelings. We are often excited about closing…

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3 Christmas Characters that May or May NOT Have Compulsive Behavior Problems: EBENEZER SCROOGE

By Joshua Nichols / December 22, 2017

Bah, Humbug! These words probably come to many of our minds when we think of our favorite Christmas villain, Ebenezer Scrooge, who was first introduced to us by Charles Dickens…

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3 Chistmas Characters that May or May NOT Have Compulsive Behavior Problems: RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER

By Joshua Nichols / December 13, 2017

December just wouldn’t be December and Christmas wouldn’t be Christmas if we didn’t get see that adorable 9th reindeer with the illuminating red nose displayed on front lawns and rooftops…

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3 Christmas Characters that May or May NOT have Compulsive Behavior Problems: SANTA CLAUS

By Joshua Nichols / November 29, 2017

This huggable, loveable, jolly old soul has become the face of Christmas in many cultures. He represents the purity and innocence of humanity that we simply don’t get enough of…

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