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To What Extent is Self-Control a Part of Addiction Recovery?

Addiction recovery involves many aspects, including education, detoxification, holistic activities, therapy, and more. Self-control does play a part in addiction recovery, as it’s ultimately up to you to put in the work and build a life of recovery. However, you’re

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What Challenges Do Those With Psychosis and Severe Mental Illness Experience?

As defined by the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), psychosis is characterized by, “disruptions to a person’s thoughts and perceptions that make it difficult for them to recognize what is real and what isn’t.” If someone experiences psychosis, they

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Forgiveness: Common Experiences of Adult Children of Parents with Alcoholism

Previous research has shown that children are greatly affected by problem drinking of their parents. A 2015 doctoral dissertation submitted to the University of Hertfordshire highlights many challenges that these children face both growing up and long after they’ve moved

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Signs Your Addiction Is Negatively Affecting Your Professional Aspirations

According to CNN Money Reports, around 17% of unemployed individuals and 9% of employed people struggled with substance use disorder in 2012, and those numbers have likely increased as the United States has struggled with the opioid epidemic. If you’ve

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Is Anxiety Hereditary?

If you’ve been experiencing symptoms of anxiety – hypertension, irritability, excessive worrying, insomnia, nausea, poor concentration, racing thoughts and more – you may be looking towards for your family to see if you’ve inherited these symptoms. Do some people in

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Are There Cases Where At-Home Treatment is Better Than a Formal Treatment Program?

At-home treatment is almost always considered among people who are wanting to save money, resources, and anxiety of going through a program they are unsure will truly help them. Some companies even offer at-home detoxes or treatment programs to help

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Is There Such a Thing As ‘Too Much’ Therapy?

According to a 2010 study published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, 42% of individuals in psychotherapy utilize 3 to 10 sessions for treatment, while one in nine individuals use more than 20 sessions. From this, the main question is,

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Can Oppositional Defiant Disorder be Cured?

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD) is a behavioral disorder characterized by anger, irritability, frequent arguing, defiance, and vindictiveness towards authoritative figures. It is estimated that 10.2% of all children will develop ODD, as this is one of the most common child

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