Many people struggle with identifying addiction within themselves. Addiction is often defined as when drug has more control over a person than the person has over the drug. Admitting something has control over life takes courage and many times an unlikely revelation when first starting to acknowledge change may be needed. Here are some other […]
Category Archives: Children/Drugs
Addiction and the Holidays
There’s nothing like the holiday season! It’s the time of year for fun, excitement, decorating, family, friends and entertainment. It’s also a time of additional pressure, worry, and strain. The Holidays can bring on extra expenses, extra activities, less sleep, poor diets, past memories and an overall increase of stress and anxiety. Many who suffer […]
My Child Would Never Use Drugs!
No parent wants to believe their child could be using drugs or alcohol. We hear the statistics of how many teenagers are engaged in using mood altering substances, we even feel sad when the number of deaths related to drugs and teenagers are reported each year. However, many times we never stop to consider our […]