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New research at Stanford verifies the old adage, “ask and you shall receive.” A series of studies shows that people tend to greatly underestimate how likely others are to agree to requests for help.
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The researchers concluded that this form of therapy can improve substance treatment by strengthening the therapeutic alliance that forms between therapists and their patients/clients.
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There are a million reasons why someone like Jason relapses, but addiction specialists agree that avoiding triggers-the situations and emotions that make drugs attractive-is half the battle. 
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An alcohol-induced suicide attempt resulted in my decision to get help for alcoholism and start on the journey to recovery. Now sixteen years into sobriety I am free to enjoy my life. Here I share five things that I know now, that I wish I had known then:
Check out these candid 5 Lessons learned in recovery from alcoholism from Carolyn Hughes. Break free from alcohol addiction with these 5 alcohol recovery tips!
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The increasingly common phenomenon of taking the long road to adulthood goes by different names – failure to launch, Peter Pan syndrome, the boomerang generation – but is becoming a pressing concern for many families.
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What’s the meaning of life? The distinction between “meaning of life” and “meaning in life” is no small matter. So meaning in life is what you make it to be and meaning is an idea. Purpose, on the other hand, is active. +Psychology Today 
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Reparative/conversion therapies not only don't work, they typically leave the people who try them feeling as if they have failed. Nevertheless, Gov. Rick Perry defended the Texas Republican Party's recent endorsement of "gay conversion therapy."  +Rob Weiss  +Huffington Post Politics 
This isn't the 1950s. In today's world, we have a tremendous amount of scientifically grounded information about human sexuality, and that information universally states that homosexuality is a healthy, normal, emotionally and psychologically accepta...
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You may be experiencing feelings of loss or guilt. Now is the time to learn how to take care of you, how to feel comfortable letting go, and how to get ready to have a sober loved one return home
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Being happy—truly happy—in your sobriety may help you stay sober. Makes sense, because if being sober doesn’t make you happy, then you’re fighting against yourself from the get-go. The “seven habits of happy people” is a list of suggestions for living happily.
Getting clean and sober is a tremendous accomplishment. It takes time and effort, and sometimes a fair amount of pain and struggle. But over time, the struggle fades and the day-to-day living becomes routine once again—you regain enough trust from your family to go back to functioning in the new normal way. You get your …
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In a study published in May 2014 in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical & Experimental Research, researchers from two Spanish universities sought to determine how having a history of child abuse or neglect influences the odds that a young adult will develop significant drinking problems. These researchers concluded that specific forms of abuse or neglect can impact young adults’ drinking risks in different ways.
See how having a history of child abuse or neglect influences the odds that a young adult will develop alcoholism or significant drinking problems.
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In any type of depression, self-medication is common but ill advised. Self-medication is the use of drugs or alcohol to mitigate symptoms. It is a dangerous and destructive practice, but not everyone who does it realizes the harm they are causing. If you or someone you love struggles with depression, look out for and avoid self-medicating.
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Prescription drugs are being used in epidemic proportions by stressed out moms. Here are some of the most popular drugs of choice.
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For many Christians, recovery from addiction is greatly enhanced when it is grounded in spiritual principles. Instead of turning to drugs or alcohol for acceptance and love, they find genuine fulfillment by receiving treatment for addiction and at the same time growing in their relationship with God.