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How to Undergird Your Sobriety through Solidarity After Addiction Treatment 

It can sometimes be difficult to remember that treatment for drug or alcohol addiction is a tiered process. Even when someone admits to having an...

When You Take Care of Yourself You Don’t Need False Comfort

When a person who is suffering from some type of addiction, be it an addiction to alcohol or an addiction to prescription or illicit drugs,...

Relapse Prevention and Continuing Substance Abuse Treatment In Florida

Someone who engaged in the type of substance abuse that led to chemical dependence and psychological addiction often also suffers from immense anxiety or deep...

Encouraging the Addict in Your Life

What do you say to a friend who is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol? It can feel almost impossible – like no...

Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Substance Abuse

There are a lot of aspects in a person’s life that can cause strife or worry. Financial stress, work, the news, the everyday schedule you...

Teenage Addiction Can Steal The Last Years of Innocence

Is your child a model student? Maybe you proudly sport a “My Child is In The National Honor Society” bumper sticker on your car. Maybe...

ADD and ADHD, Are They The Same or Different?

ADHD is a mental illness that usually begins and is diagnosed during one’s childhood and continues into adulthood. However, more and more people with ADHD...

Naltrexone Treatment At Residential Drug Detox Facilities

Naltrexone, a non-narcotic medication, was created to treat people struggling with drug abuse, specifically those struggling with an alcohol or opioid addiction, such as someone...

How Dangerous Are Eating Disorders?

Eating disorders are the most life threatening type of mental health disorder. They kill more people due to side effects and suicide, than other mental...

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