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Sexual addiction or compulsivity is an intimacy disorder.

Sex addiction is defined by repeated and often escalating sexual behaviour patterns which are acted out often without regard to the personal or relational consequences that these actions create.

You are not crazy, as these are the resulting consequences of loving someone with this problem.

Restoring clients’ healthy sexuality is one of my clinical specialties.

Effectiveness and Benefits of Supervised Consumption Facilities"Generally speaking, it is reasonable to conclude, on the basis of the available knowledge, that to a large extent DCFs [Drug Consumption Facilities] achieve the objectives set for them, and that the criticisms made of them are rarely justified.

In fact, DCFs help to: "• reduce risk behaviour likely to lead to the transmission of infectious diseases, particularly HIV/AIDS, among the population of the worst affected drug users; "• reduce the incidence of fatal overdoses and, therefore, the mortality rate in this population; "• establish and maintain contact between this population and the social-service and health-care network, within which low-threshold facilities (LTFs) are often the First point of access because of the care and social assistance they offer; "• reduce public order problems, particularly by doing away with open drug scenes, reducing drug use in public places, recovering used syringes, and reducing the impact of drug problems on residential areas (apartment buildings).

A study to explore the feasibility of drug consumption facilities in five major cities in Belgium (Ghent, Antwerp, Brussels, Liège and Charleroi) was launched in 2016. Dooling, Kathleen and Rachlis, Michael, "Vancouver’s supervised injection facility challenges Canada’s drug laws," Canadian Medical Association Journal (Ottawa, Ontario: September 21, 2010), Vol. Other benefits are that, if medical emergencies should occur, immediate medical intervention is possible, and the consumption equipment used in the rooms is correctly disposed of.

One of their primary goals is to reduce morbidity and mortality by providing a safe environment for more hygienic use and by training clients in safer use.

I appreciate the actual detail and discussion involved in the article rather than just the “point your fingers” tactic most articles regarding this subject has seemed to adopt.

Which, really, in turn, just gives room for the genders to group together and form teams that pit the blame on the other side.

Facilities for supervised drug consumption tend to be located in settings that are experiencing problems of public use and targeted at sub-populations of users with limited opportunities for hygienic injection (e.g. Development of Drug Consumption Rooms in the European Union"In terms of the historical development of this intervention, the first supervised drug consumption room was opened in Berne, Switzerland in June 1986.

people who are homeless or living in insecure accommodation or shelters). Further facilities of this type were established in subsequent years in Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Norway, Luxembourg, Denmark, Greece and France. Number of Drug Consumption Rooms in Operation Around the World"Breaking this down further, as of February 2017 there are: 31 facilities in 25 cities in the Netherlands; 24 in 15 cities in Germany; five in four cities in Denmark 13 in seven cities in Spain; two in two cities in Norway; two in two cities in France; and one in Luxembourg (Luxembourg is preparing to open a second facility in 2018); and 12 in eight cities in Switzerland.