Archive for October, 2013

Dealing With Teen Borderline Personality Disorder

Posted on 31. Oct, 2013 by .

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Dealing With Teen Borderline Personality Disorder Your children’s characteristics change as they grow old; some will grow up to be polite and courteous while others demonstrate complicated behavior. Once it gets complicated, it leads you as a parent, to ponder on which part of their developmental stages you have failed to focus on if what […]

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Warning Signs of Alcoholism

Posted on 30. Oct, 2013 by .

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Social drinking is such a common and widely accepted custom in our society that it is not always easy to recognize when you may have crossed into dangerous territory. A few beers after work, wine with dinner, and cocktails at social events are all part of an active social life. But social drinking can sometimes […]

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Helping your Bulimic Teen

Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by .

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Unfortunately for many, eating disorders are not all that uncommon among teens. Both teen bulimia nervosa and anorexia are illnesses that can afflict anyone no matter how outwardly healthy they appear to be. This is why such illnesses should be treated seriously. All too often a parent, guardian or other adult figure may look at […]

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Dealing With Life Altering Addictions

Posted on 21. Oct, 2013 by .

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One of the reasons people turn to taking substances that alter their state of mind or cause any number of different reactions to the body is to escape their present situations. People feel free of their cares when they can turn to alcohol, prescription drugs, or controlled substances to help ease pain or make themselves […]

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Preventing the Worst When Dealing With the Deadliest Drugs

Posted on 18. Oct, 2013 by .

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Children in elementary school are taught through state and locally sponsored education programs that drugs are dangerous. After they grow up, many children experiment with the same substances that they were told were the deadliest drugs. Some people find that drugs are not for them, while others become addicted, or in the worst cases they […]

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Having a Difficult Time Staying Sober? Maybe It’s Not You – Maybe It’s Brain Chemistry

Posted on 15. Oct, 2013 by .

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You know the drill: you have spent countless hours in meetings, on the phone with your sponsor asking endless questions about your desire to use.  You have worked the steps and you’ve even consulted specialists.  In a moment of desperation you found help by attending treatment. You’re able to rack up six to twelve months, […]

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Symptoms of Drug Addictions

Posted on 10. Oct, 2013 by .

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Drug addictions typically begin with recreational or casual use of drugs, and can quickly become a habit and then a full blown addiction. If you think someone you know might have a serious problem, then you should try to recognize the symptoms of drug addictions to understand the severity of the problem. Some typical drug […]

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Drug Rehab Therapies

Posted on 10. Oct, 2013 by .

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Drug addiction is a fierce and vicious problem that can change people. It makes people do things that they would not normally do, and it causes severe unhappiness and considerable regrets. There is not a magical cure for drug addiction, but there are treatments that can aid with the recovery process. Drug rehab therapies have […]

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