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How Alcohol Damages the Organs

How Alcohol Damages the Organs

Are you wondering whether alcohol consumption is damaging your health? According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, drinking too much alcohol, whether on a single occasion or over a longer period of time, can have a negative impact on a...
Does Codependency Enable Addiction?

Does Codependency Enable Addiction?

According to Mental Health America, codependency is a learned behavior that is passed through generations. It is learned by watching family members who demonstrated codependency in relationships, where one person took the caretaker role, and the other person took...
What Happens During an Intervention

What Happens During an Intervention

If you have a loved one struggling with addiction and want to get them help before it’s too late, it may be time to stage an intervention. At an intervention, you can express your concerns about your loved one’s behavior and help them get the treatment they need....
Ways to Enjoy Summer Sober

Ways to Enjoy Summer Sober

Staying sober in the summer can sometimes prove to be a challenge, as summer is filled with invitations to parties and events that often include substances. But preparation, resources, and a healthy attitude can go a long way in helping you have fun while also staying...