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09 February 2017 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
Self-harm can be a way of coping with problems. It may help you express feelings you can’t put into words, distract you…
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05 August 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
According to a recent survey, the typical American checks once every six-and-a-half minutes, or approximately 150 times every day. Other research has…
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24 May 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
Relapse, like the stages of addiction, can sneak up on you. While using, you think you are managing your use even as…
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31 March 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
Fool Me Once, Shame on you, Fool Me Twice Shame on Me. I am gullible. I believe pretty much anything someone tells…
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30 September 2015 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
What Do You Know About Substance Abuse? Here are 10 simple questions every parent should ask themselves to see if their teen…
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06 May 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
What is the difference between a healthy interest in sex and a sex addiction? Take this quiz to see where you stand.
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12 June 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
While it is often a difficult condition to describe, depression need not be dealt with alone. Sometimes reaching out for help is…
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03 July 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
I shouldn’t feel like a total failure for having missed so many clues and for not being able to love and protect…
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13 May 2016 Written by Published in Warning Signs - Recovery Topics
Recent research has shown that only 1 in 6 patients talk to their doctors about alcohol use. While 1 in 7 Americans…
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