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The Most Common Forms of Prescription Drug Abuse

The Most Common Forms of Prescription Drug Abuse We’ve dealt with a lot of uncertainty over the last year. Mental health suffered and prescription drug

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Recovery During the COVID-19 Pandemic

A New Reality It’s like the world ended. And in many ways, it did. You can’t go to work. Can’t attend school. Can’t meet up

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How FMLA Works

When health issues befall you or your family, it helps to know your job is safe. Even if you need to take time off of

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How to Deal with Shyness and Low Self-Esteem in Recovery

Terror And Fear You’re terrified of treatment. You’re afraid to get help. Maybe it’s the fear of judgment. You’re already crushed by guilt. You’re like

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Is Speed as Addictive as Meth?

At first glance, it’s not difficult to see why people confuse amphetamine and methamphetamine. They both produce a stimulant chemical high that can rapidly lead

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Can Addiction Stunt Your Emotional Growth?

The Obvious It’s not a secret that substance addiction is harmful. You’re smart, you’re aware of that. You know what you’re doing. As far back

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Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Work?

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a popular method of psychotherapy used by mental health professionals. It is a form of talk therapy that is designed

What to Expect in IOP Treatment

What Is Intensive Outpatient Treatment? An Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a recovery treatment option that allows people to get the help they need without

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When to Seek Help for Alcoholism

“It’s just one more.” “I only drink at home.” “I can make it home, I only live around the corner.” What’s The Big Deal? You

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Methamphetamine Effects on the Body

What Is Methamphetamine? Methamphetamine (or “meth” for short) was discovered in 1893. During World War II, combatants on both sides of the Atlantic used methamphetamine

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