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Sarah Miller

About Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller offers marriage counseling, individual counseling, and family therapy for adults and teens at Colorado Counseling Center. She specializes in couples relationships as well as family counseling for those impacted by addiction.

How to Talk with Your Children About Anti-Semitism

by Sarah Miller

In light of the recent tragedy in Pittsburgh I have been reflecting on why this shooting, and this event, has impacted me more than others in the past. I have come to this conclusion: the world is a much scarier place now that I have a daughter living in it.

As someone who identifies as Jewish, anti-semitism has been a part of my story and experience. I have heard the jokes, seen the movies, and have directly been on the receiving end of anti-semitic remarks. I never considered the possibility that I would have a child go through similar experiences, and honestly, it terrifies me.

How do I explain to my daughter that there will be people in the world who hate her, solely because she exists? Because half of her is Jewish—the half I passed down to her.

I have come to the realization that these conversations are unavoidable because the history of our people is filled with times of adversity and challenges. However, they are also filled with stories of resilience and community. Continue reading

Sarah Miller

About Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller offers marriage counseling, individual counseling, and family therapy for adults and teens at Colorado Counseling Center. She specializes in couples relationships as well as family counseling for those impacted by addiction.

But, are YOU in Recovery?

By Sarah Miller

When one works in the addiction field, it is common to be asked, “are you in recovery?” I remember the first time I was asked this; I felt flustered by the question because it didn’t feel like a simple “yes or no” to me, it was more of a “no, but…” or “yes, and….”

However, I’ve learned that when people ask this question, they are really asking: “Will you judge me?” or “Will you be able to understand me?” — because at the end of it all they’re just hoping to find someone who will listen and genuinely care.

Addiction 101

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Sarah Miller

About Sarah Miller

Sarah Miller offers marriage counseling, individual counseling, and family therapy for adults and teens at Colorado Counseling Center. She specializes in couples relationships as well as family counseling for those impacted by addiction.