Adult Children Center, LTD

Adult Children Center, LTD
Adult Children Center, LTD is listed in the Drug Abuse & Addiction Information & Treatment category in Lombard, Illinois. Displayed below are the social networks for Adult Children Center, LTD which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of Adult Children Center, LTD on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 89.

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2 E 22nd St
Lombard, IL 60148
(630) 495-2014

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Adult Children Center, LTD has an overall ZapScore of 89. This means that Adult Children Center, LTD has a higher ZapScore than 89% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Lombard, Illinois is 41 and in the category is 28. Learn more about ZapScore.

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NEW ILLINOIS DUI LAWS EFFECTIVE JANUARY 1, 2016 According the Illinois Secretary of State, the following are new DUI laws that are effective starting January 1, 2016. • A first-time DUI offender is now eligible to apply for a Monitoring Device Driving Permit during the first 30 days of a statutory summary suspension. • A repeat DUI offender is now eligible to apply for a Restricted Driving Permit during a statutory summary suspension (previously no driving relief was available). • A person whose driver’s license has been revoked for life as the result of 4 DUI convictions may apply for a Restricted Driving Permit after serving a 5-year revocation and proving a minimum of 3 years of abstinence. The person may only drive vehicles that have been equipped with a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device. • A person with 2 or 3 DUI convictions must obtain a restricted driving permit, install a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device on all vehicles owned by the person and may only drive vehicles equipped with the device for a period of 5years before full driving privileges are restored. • A person who has resided in Illinois for a minimum of 10 years and whose driver’s license was revoked in his/her former state of residence may seek an administrative hearing to ask for the issuance of an Illinois driver’s license. • A person under age 21 may not be charged with possession or consumption ofalcohol by a minor if that person (1) requested medical assistance for an individual due to alcohol consumption; (2) remained at the scene after contacting authorities; and (3) provided his/her full name, other relevant information and cooperated fully with law enforcement officers.
In this week's episode, Paul gives some tips and ways to stay sober during the holidays so that you can enjoy the holidays with your family.

Adult Children of Alcoholics:A Road to Healthy Living By Dene Stamas I am the founder and lead therapist of the Adult Children Center, Ltd. I've been counseling Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA'S) and dysfunctional families for over 31 years. During this time I have found that ACOA's have very similar self-defeating attitudes and behaviors that make them experience anxiety and uncomfortable lives. ACOA's need to survive their childhood by emotionally disconnecting and being detached. Unfortunately, when these self-defeating attitudes and behaviors are not addressed, they persist into adulthood and are automatically reinforced subconsciously. These attitudes and behaviors need to be exposed so they can be challenged and changed. Self-defeating Attitudes: I feel I'm alone in this world. No one really understands me or even cares to. I feel like I'm HUMPTY DUMPTY. No one can help me. I must be perfect or I'm nothing. Home is scary, unsafe and uncomfortable. I feel trapped. I'm emotionally disconnected and there is nothing I can do about it. I can't relax. I have extreme difficulty making decisions. If you make me feel guilty or scared I will do what you want me to do. The rules of life are very confusing. My expectations will turn into disappointments. I don't know what I want. I'm unlovable. I don't know how to have fun. I must keep peace at all costs. Self-defeating Behaviors: Put the needs of others over yourself. Tolerate people who are abusive and or insensitive to you. Say yes when you want to say no. Mind read negatively. Over explain for doing what you want to do. Avoid making decisions by saying "I don't care", "I don't know" or "whatever". Put the needs of others over yourself. Give into people who guilt provoke or intimidate you. Marry impulsively. Compare your negatives with other's positives. Over commit and overwhelm yourself to the point that you feel like you are going crazy. Mind read negatively. Please everyone but yourself. Be nice to the people that abuse you and abusive to the ones who are nice to you. Overreacts or underreacts. Trust people immediately. Never ask for what you want and be resentful when you don't get it. Healthy Attitudes: I am free to be me. If you really knew me, you would like me. Whatever I do it is good enough. Home is safe and comfortable for me. I do things that make me happy. I do not tolerate abusive people. I am unique in a very positive way. I am lovable and likable. I know what I want to do and I will get it or do it I make decisions on what is best for me. Life is wonderful. I have people in my life who really care about me. I can do anything I want if I put my mind to it. Life is to be enjoyed. I strive for happiness not perfection. I look forward to doing fun things. Feeling guilty means I am doing something for myself. I have all the power to do what I want when I want it. I have changed my fear focus to fun focus. Recovery Behaviors: Look at guilt as doing something for yourself. Accept and absorb compliments. Set boundaries with consequences. Check things out avoid mind reading. Break these 3 unhealthy rules: Don't talk, Don't trust, Don't feel. Forgive yourself. You can't undo the past but you can add on your positives to your past daily. Make decisions. Claim your power. Learn at least 5 ways to say no. Spend less time with the negative people in your life. Identify and let go of resentments. Ask people to do things for you. Find nurturing people and make them your friends. Learn how to emotionally connect. Be fun-focused vs. fear-focused.