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Opiate Withdrawal Timeline: What to Expect

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According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, almost 2 million people in the United States abuse prescription drugs or are struggling with an opiate addiction. And the number is… Read More

What Drugs Are Opiates?

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Opiates, originally derived from the poppy plant, have been around for thousands of years. People use opiates for both recreational and medicinal purposes. Some opiates come from the raw, natural… Read More

How to Deal with an Alcoholic Parent

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Dealing with an alcoholic parent can be a difficult and painful experience. Getting help for a parent suffering from alcoholism can seem out of reach and unattainable. At times it… Read More

How to Cope with Loving an Addict

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Loving an addict can be one of the hardest and most trying experiences. Addiction, whether it be to alcohol or drugs, can have long-lasting and negative effects on those closest… Read More

What is Mindfulness and How Does It Work

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Mindfulness is a practice that has gained popularity in mainstream America within the last decade. Mindfulness by definition means a cognizance and awareness of something, but within psychology, it means… Read More

Living with an Alcoholic

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Living with an alcoholic is a uniquely challenging experience that is extremely prevalent in American households. Alcoholism is classified as an alcohol use disorder, but just as with other addictions,… Read More

Breaking the Cycle of Abuse

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  When seeking help for an addiction, one of the first steps to a successful recovery is realizing the cycle of abuse that underlies addictive behavior. Addiction is pervasive and… Read More