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How Common Is Addiction for War Veterans?

War veterans sometimes struggle with alcohol and drug addiction. In certain instances, war veterans may use alcohol and drugs to cope with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). What Is PTSD? PTSD refers to a mental health condition that is triggered by a traumatic...

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The Dangers of Hiding Your Addiction

An addiction is a chronic disease that affects the brain and body. The Center on Addiction reports approximately 40 million Americans age 12 and older — or roughly one in seven people — are currently dealing with a drug, nicotine, or alcohol addiction. Among these...

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The Importance of Mental Health During Recovery

Mental health is critical to recovery, but it's not always easy to put your finger on what it means to achieve better mental health. Here are some ideas about the importance of mental health to recovery. How are mental health and recovery connected? Better mental...

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Tips to Help You on the Road to Recovery

Achieving recovery isn't easy, but it's possible, and you can do it. Here are some of our best tips to help you on the road to recovery, no matter where you are in the process. Get help Talk to a trained professional for medical support and insight. Support groups...

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College Students and Substance Abuse

Now that the college school year is back in full swing, parents of college students and college-aged children should be hyperaware of the potential of drug abuse and addiction among this age group.  There are many reasons that college students and young adults...

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How To Write Your Own Autobiography

Our lives are all interesting. Some people’s lives are certainly somewhat more interesting than others, but everyone has a story to tell. As someone in recovery, you have likely been – fairly literally – to hell and back, and the story of your rise and fall and rise...

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