If you’re getting sober for the first time, the first thing that might strike you is just how much time you have. The more you drink, the less time you have and the less memory you have of that time.
Whatever your age, if you’re asking, “Are my parents responsible for my addiction”, the short answer is “No”.
If your loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol, they will make life harder for you. Addiction changes who people are, how they act, and what their priorities are.
7 Signs of Denial in an Addict Today, an estimated 18.5 million Americans struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, yet, in 2019, just 20.4% of
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health shows that 2 million Americans use meth regularly.
Cannabis was legalized in Colorado for recreational use in 2012 and since then, that’s snowballed into legality in 17 states.
Gabapentin is one of the most commonly prescribed drugs in the United States, with over 68 million prescriptions written in 2020.
Addiction is a complex disease that is often hard to understand. Add in a co-occurring mental health disorder, and you may be overwhelmed. The good
Deciding to get sober is the first step in a journey that can lead to a life better than you can imagine. However, it’s a
Struggling with addiction is hard enough. Add in being in a relationship with someone who is also struggling with addiction, and it’s even more challenging.