The Lamb in Wolf's Clothing

The place where Juan Blea writes about all that is good and strong and beautiful!



Is it me or are addicts often scapegoats?

One of the frustrating things about working with substance abuse are repeating scenarios. One such recurring theme is that of family roles and how the addict within a family tends to fill the scapegoat role. Often, families come to need… Continue Reading →

Letting go may be unnecessary

It’s been thirty-one (31) years since my grandmother passed away.  When I think of her, I still become choked up and how much my family and I lost with her passing.  She was my family’s cornerstone and when cancer took… Continue Reading →

Trees can tell stories — 2CEUs

Trees have been used to describe families for as long as there’s been families and trees.  Just last night, someone, after asking how people at a function were related, took a deep breath and said, “Family trees can be so… Continue Reading →

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