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Category: Mental Health

The Relationship Between Drugs and Gun Violence

Jasmine Bittar ❘

The relationship between drugs and gun violence is a very complex one because both are serious problems facing American society.

Practice, Not Perfectionism, in Recovery

Cindy Hardy ❘

To achieve recovery from addiction, it is important to give treatment a try and practice sobriety as a lifestyle. Perfectionism prevents progress.

Dangers Facing Students Who Use ‘Study Drugs’

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

Many college students are using “study drugs” that can be dangerous, addictive, illegal and even fatal. Learn more about this disturbing trend.

Substance Abuse, Mental Illness, and Access to Care in Rural America

Colleen O'Day ❘

Getting adequate health care can be a challenge in rural America, particularly when addiction treatment and rehabilitation services are needed.

How You Can Deal With Loneliness Without Alcohol

Suzette Gomez ❘

Dealing with loneliness without alcohol is possible through social connections and avoiding triggers that lead to drinking alcohol.

Smartphone Addiction Linked to Chemical Imbalance and Depression

Isabella Cruz ❘

Smartphone addiction is a serious problem that is getting worse, and recent studies have shown a connection to chemical imbalance and depression.

Addiction: Is it a Disease or a Choice?

Mia Williams, MS ❘

The controversy over whether addiction is a disease or a choice is important for those who work with substance abuse and who struggle with addiction.

Mental Illness and Addiction: Which Came First?

Olivia Pennelle ❘

It was only in recovery that I truly understood the correlation between mental illness and addiction and was able to fully recover.

Stress and Addiction

Olivia Pennelle ❘

Leading substance abuse experts suggest dealing with stressors as a strategy to deal with the growing scourge of addiction and stress.

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