Generational Trends on Addiction

Generational Trends on Addiction

June 12, 2018 | Family Relationships

Anyone can become addicted to drugs or alcohol. While some people are at increased risk for developing alcoholism or a drug addiction because of genetic markers, trauma, or growing up with someone suffering from substance addiction, no one is immune from this disease given the “right” circumstances. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse,

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Codependency: Is Your Partner Enabling You?

Codependency: Is Your Partner Enabling You?

February 14, 2018 | Family Relationships

A motivation to help others, especially people we care for, is a normal aspect of human interaction and is arguably necessary to being a healthy person. We want to help our children succeed, and we want to help our partners to thrive and successfully handle life’s problems. Friends want to help each other at work

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The Link Between Substance Abuse and Divorce

The Link Between Substance Abuse and Divorce

October 24, 2017 | Family Relationships

Substance abuse typically results in increasing problems with work performance, meeting responsibilities and maintaining relationships. The most common form of substance abuse is binge drinking, which results in a blood alcohol level of .08 or higher after two hours of drinking.Researchers have found important links between substance abuse and divorce. One study, published in the

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