So your friend seems to be struggling. They’re not meeting their responsibilities. They’ve skipped out on events you know they needed to attend, or are getting behind on their bills. Maybe you’ve seen that their impulse control is compromised, maybe their anger has been unchecked lately. But whether they are struggling ... Read More
Help for Alcoholism
Alcoholism is the most common form of substance abuse, yet it’s a danger is often undercut by its legality and common usage in culture. Upwards of 70% of those who seek treatment for their alcoholism experience some form of withdrawal, making it difficult to face on your own. The articles found here focus on the many aspects of alcoholism including denial, identifying characteristics of alcoholism and staying sober once you’ve had your last drink.
Suggesting Drug and Alcohol Rehab to Your Friend
Resisting Public Pressure to Drink in A Culture of Alcoholism
It’s not always easy to live a sober life in the current culture of America. Alcohol is pervasive and present In so many aspects of our society. If you go to a wedding, there’s the expected champagne toast. If you go on a work trip, drinking can become a full on priority, with binge drinking being a part of many ... Read More