Tag: MentalHealth

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21 January

Sexual Assault and Its Relationship to Alcoholism Although cases of sexual assault have reduced in the past 20 years, it is still a significant challenge in the United States. For every six women, one of them has been sexually abused. On the other hand, for every 33 men, one has been abused sexually. Approximately 63,000 […]

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20 January

Newly published reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other organizations have shed light on recent surges in methamphetamine-related overdose deaths. According to the data, meth fatalities have tripled in recent years. And these aren’t just slight upticks either. Thousands of Americans are now dying from methamphetamine overdoses. Based on what we already know […]

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19 January

When you are newly sober, there are plenty of resolutions you could make for the new year. The only challenge you really need to embrace is staying sober. Whatever your goals for yourself, stay focused on achieving and maintaining your sobriety by determining the best way to actually keep those sober-related resolutions. Take the SMART Route Follow […]

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18 January

Your past mistakes do not vanish with sobriety, but you don’t have to live a life weighed down by shame and regret. You can move past these negative emotions and reclaim a positive, healthy future. It starts with forgiveness. Simply put, forgiveness is the act of pardoning an offender. It’s a decision to not hold […]

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17 January

What is Peer Pressure? Peer pressure is something that affects everyone in every age group. It involves the influence that a group of people has on those within the group in a wide range of social situations. This influence can be used to convince others to dress or act a certain way. Peer pressure comes […]

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14 January

Linking Trauma to Addiction and Discovering New Treatment Options People have many misconceptions about what causes addiction. They assume that those who use drugs must be deficient in character. They think these people suffer from a lack of morals, willpower, or motivation to change. These same critics would never judge someone suffering from cancer or […]

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12 January

Nobody can bring you peace but yourself.  ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson Freedom is something that we hold dear. Inner freedom and peace of mind are valuable and should be cherished just as much. Those who can let go of the negative thoughts and focus on what is going well in their life will have more peace of […]

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07 January

Are you familiar with SMART Goals? Would knowing how to use SMART goals help you in 2022? Setting goals is a topic that comes up every new year. Goal setting may be something that has or hasn’t worked for you in the past. I’ve gotten off track with my goals before too. It helps me to […]

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06 January

Every milestones in recovery is a moment worth celebrating if it means you’re one more day sober. Patting yourself on the back – with sober celebrations – is a reward and a reminder of your determination to stay clean. Previous commemorations of notable moments might have been filled with a different kind of merrymaking, so […]

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05 January

If I had to guess, I’d say that every adult in the world is aware of the existence of drug and alcohol addiction. Some people probably consider it an inevitable social ill. Surely many believe the problems can be eradicated with enough hard work and dedication. I wonder, however, how many people have sat down […]

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