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Over the recent years, NIDA has made a significant research commitment to distinguishing an understanding between the differences in the ways that men and women are initially exposed to drugs, in their dangers of misuse /abuse or addiction, and in the viability of drug treatment. Understanding these distinctions and joining that understanding into substance abuse […]

Getting Back on the Right Track from Addiction

Living in sobriety is not an easy task for many, with the toughest part of being able to uphold their sober life. Being ready to begin to start sober living is essential to prepare yourself for the emotional and mental state and as well as the physical changes you may experience. Regardless of how long […]

If you suspect that someone you know is addicted to crack, keep an eye out for potential signs of addiction, which may include anxious behavior, agitation, insomnia, loss of interest, lying to get money, red bloodshot eyes and dilated pupils, running nose and sniffing.

Addiction and Suicide

According to the World Health Organization, over 1 million people die every year because of suicide. Over 30,000 individuals commit suicide every year in the United States. In Australia, suicide remains the leading cause of death for people between the ages of 15-44. Suicide is the act of intentionally taking one’s own life. Suicidal behavior […]

family therapy

No family dynamic is perfect. Families all over the world rely on counseling to help them get through the tough times, remain positive, and have a healthy relationship with one another. Family therapy is common when different members have suffered with drug and/or alcohol addiction. Engaging in family therapy can bring about a lot of […]

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