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Sam Smith Opens Up About Mental Health

In Mental Health, News August 25th, 2019 No Comments

  Pop singer Sam Smith recently took to twitter to give his followers some mental health advice saying “you are enough”.  He shared several tweets discussing his recent mental health journey and how he learned to accept the things that he goes through. His emotional thread offered some vulnerable thoughts and advice to fans who…


College Success May Depend on Maintaining Mental Health

In Treatment Programs, Uncategorized August 23rd, 2019 No Comments

  Even though college can be an exciting time for many young people, there are also many students who struggle with issues of anxiety and depression that may interfere with their studies. College students are in a phase of their life when they are meeting lots of new people, being exposed to new information and…


3 Common Health Problems Associated with Alcoholism

In Alcohol Addiction August 23rd, 2019 No Comments

  Drinking alcohol does not only destroy a person’s personal life, it can wreak havoc on their physical health. Someone who has been abusing alcohol for many years can often end up with chronic health problems that are difficult to treat. Alcohol-related diseases are all too common, especially among alcoholics that haven’t been treated for…


5 Addictive Behavior Patterns

In Drug Addiction August 21st, 2019 No Comments

  People that struggle with addiction tend to have certain kinds of behaviors that evolve due to their substance abuse. They engage in behaviors that help perpetuate their addiction and make it easier for them to continue using in spite of the consequences. They might go through many ups and downs during the course of…


Anger Issues and Blaming Others

In Mental Health, Uncategorized August 19th, 2019 No Comments

  People that struggle with mental health problems may have issues with anger even if they are dealing with a disorder like depression, bipolar disorder or a personality disorder. Anger can be difficult emotion to cope with and can lead to lashing out or blaming others for their problems. There are healthy and unhealthy ways…


How To Approach Recovery As A Career Professional

In Drug Addiction Recovery August 11th, 2019 No Comments

Professionals face particular challenges when they are struggling from addiction disorders. Most people wouldn’t picture a professional when they think of an addict. Addicts, they assume, don’t get high-pressure jobs. But the truth is that many professionals suffer from addiction disorders and it shouldn’t be that surprising.   Why do professionals suffer with addiction? As…


4 Types of Meditation for Wellness

In Wellness July 17th, 2019 No Comments

  People use meditation to cope with many kinds of problems, including physical and mental stress, behavioral problems and mental illness. Meditation is a quick way to boost your overall health and has enormous benefits in the long term. However, if you are new to meditation there are many different types that you can try…


New Show “Euphoria” Tackles Teen Drug Addiction

In Drug Addiction July 14th, 2019 No Comments

  The new HBO series “Euphoria” deals with many controversial topics and often shocking depiction of today’s youth. But young people who have been through addiction themselves say that the character’s struggles closely mirror their own lives. The hard realism of the character Rue, is one that many teens and young adults identify with.   …


5 Steps to Suicide Prevention

In Mental Health July 12th, 2019 No Comments

  If someone in your life is suffering from depression or another mental illness and you think they might be struggling with suicidal thoughts then there are important steps to take. You will need to do what you can to approach the situation appropriately and convince them to get help. Being there for someone when…


Genetics May be a Factor in Marijuana Addiction

In Drug Addiction July 9th, 2019 No Comments

  Researchers have recently been able to identify a gene that increases the risk for developing an addiction to marijuana. While cannabis is often thought to be less addictive than other substances, the reality is that 10 percent of people who use the drug develop a tolerance and suffer cravings and withdrawal when they stop…


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