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Drug and alcohol addiction costs Americans more than a hundred billion dollars in lost earnings and almost 185,000 lives every year. Let’s take a closer look at the nature of addiction, treatment options, and the myths and lies surrounding it.
Coronavirus has made life hard. For recovering alcoholics and addicts, it’s far worse. Here’s how to support an alcoholic during stay-at-home with these 7 tips.
Myths about addiction get sick people killed. There’s no other way to state it. Few other epidemics have been so horribly misunderstood.
Narcotics Anonymous is a misunderstood organization. It doesn’t help that TV and films have misrepresented it for decades.
Addiction is a complicated and baffling disease that affects tens of millions of men, women, and children. If you want to learn how to help an addict, this article will give you seven important points to consider.
What is SMART Recovery? It’s a science-based alternative to faith-based and 12-Step Programs such as AA and NA.
Our nation has a drug problem. But it might not be the one you’re thinking of. The opioid epidemic is well-documented at this point and
Many who suffer from depression turn to drugs and alcohol to self-medicate. As such, there is a distinct correlation between drug and alcohol addiction and depression.
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About The Editor
Randy Withers is a Board-Certified Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor (LCMHC) and Clinical Addictions Specialist (LCAS) in North Carolina where he specializes in anxiety, depressive, and co-occurring disorders A graduate of Florida State University and Lenoir-Rhyne University, he is a therapist, educator, writer, and speaker. To schedule a consultation, go here.