Archive for December, 2013

Teen Depression Treatment: Equine Therapy Helps Teens Reconnect

Posted on 21. Dec, 2013 by .

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You might have been feeling this way for awhile and can’t quite remember when it started, if it started or simply always has been.  If you named how you feel, you would probably say depressed, sad, down, disinterested, tired, irritated, and apathetic.  Perhaps you are having headaches and stomach aches or can’t sleep, and have […]

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Understanding and Treating an Eating Disorder Addiction

Posted on 13. Dec, 2013 by .

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There are some important socio-cultural factors which play a role in the occurrence of eating disorders for many women. (The appearance of eating disorders is about 90% in women.) However, there is a growing amount of research comparing eating disorders to addiction. This eating disorder addiction model may be an effective tool when it comes […]

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How Participating in AA Meetings Can Help an Alcoholic

Posted on 12. Dec, 2013 by .

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When you feel that you can no longer control your drinking and you are frustrated when you face those people and things that you have lost because of drinking troubles, then you may be ready to find out how Alcoholics Anonymous can help you.

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A DUI Attorney Can Help You Avoid Jail Time

Posted on 06. Dec, 2013 by .

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Driving under the influence is a serious crime that has been getting increasing amounts of attention in recent years, particularly in Colorado. So if you have been charged with DUI in Colorado, you should make sure to choose a highly competent DUI attorney to argue your case. If your lawyer presents your case well, it […]

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The Most Common Sobriety Challenges – Drug Addiction Triggers

Posted on 04. Dec, 2013 by .

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For those that have recently gone through a drug rehabilitation program, triggers can be one of the biggest sobriety challenges. Triggers can come in many forms, including places, people and activities. Often, drug treatment counselors will advise their patients to avoid anything that can possibly trigger impulses and urges. Some triggers are known, and thus, […]

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Why the Internet Could be Dangerous for Self Harming Teens

Posted on 04. Dec, 2013 by .

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There are many reasons why teens decide to harm themselves. Parents should know that self harming teens might be particularly vulnerable online, especially on social media. New research shows that teens and young adults who have considered harming themselves or even suicide tend to spend more time on the internet and are often more likely […]

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How to Spot Signs of Internet Addiction

Posted on 03. Dec, 2013 by .

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It is nearly impossible to live in today’s modern world without using the internet. The internet can be a really fun place full of great learning tools. The internet can also be highly addictive to some people who start to completely live their lives online. There are more and more people with an internet addiction […]

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