Addiction Runs in My Family—I’m Teaching My Kids About Alcohol By Erica Orloff In the interest of letting my kids have a private life (not easy when your mom is an essayist), I’ll just say
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Blame, Shame and Stigma are Hurting Families by Carrie Wilkens, PhD and Jeff Foote, PhD We all know that substance use disorders can exact a terrible emotional and physical toll on the person struggling. A person overusing substances
DEPRESSION AND RELAPSE UNDERSTANDING DEPRESSION AND HOW IT IMPACTS RECOVERY Terence T. Gorski August 30, 2019 Depression and Substance Use Disorders Depression is the most common behavioral health diagnosis among adults. An estimated 300
My Spouse or Partner Doesn’t Agree on How to Help Our Child Struggling with Substance Use. What Do I Do?Robin Star2019-08-29T00:14:56+00:00
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HEALTHY LIVING What It Feels Like To Have An Opioid Addiction I'm a behavioral pharmacologist who has lived the experience. BySam Snodgrass, Contributor 07/19/2017 05:13pm EDT | Updated August 16, 2017 BENGOODE VIA GETTY IMAGES We
The World is an Unhappy Place, or So We May Think by Josh King, PsyD Have you seen that old movie, Pollyanna? It was about a young girl named Pollyanna who moved to a stodgy old
Re-Thinking Communication by Josh King, PsyD Human beings are social creatures; we are wired to communicate with each other for survival, for companionship, and for progress. After practicing this skill for all of human history, talking