The Tragedy of a Star: Matthew Perry’s Addiction Story
08/10/20: Addiction Prevention
Matthew Perry, best known as Chandler Bing from the very famous TV sitcom F.R.I.E.N.D.S., is a 50-year-old American-Canadian actor, executive producer, and comedian. He is one of the few celebrities…Read More
Are Celebrites More Susceptible To Addiction?
08/05/19: Addiction Prevention \ Addiction Recovery
To be at your creative best, you need to put in an extensive amount of physical and emotional input. The fact that the creative and/or entertainment industry is one of…Read More
Healing the Scars of PTSD After Drug Abuse
06/07/19: Addiction Prevention \ Addiction Recovery
PTSD, or Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is a condition that is common with veterans because they experience so many terrible things during their service for the country. PTSD can affect others,…Read More
LGBT Community vs. Addiction
01/31/19: Addiction Prevention \ Addiction Recovery
Over the last few decades, our society has become more and more progressive, giving birth to new communities we thought we may never see. One of the most prominent and…Read More
Gateway Drugs: Fact or Fiction?
10/11/18: Addiction Prevention
What Are Gateway Drugs? Gateway drugs is a term used to describe some lighter drugs, such as marijuana, tobacco, and alcohol that lead to a higher likelihood of using more…Read More
Retrain Your Brain to Prevent Addiction or Relapse
12/19/17: Addiction Prevention \ Alcohol Addiction \ Drug Addiction
Numerous studies and research in the areas of science and human behavior all provide evidence that drug and alcohol addiction is housed in the brain. Some people are more hardwired…Read More
How Addiction Creep and Drug Use Connect
12/15/17: Addiction \ Addiction Prevention \ Drug Addiction
No one ever really starts drug or alcohol use with the intent on becoming an addict. So how does it happen, too frequently and too fast? There are some basic…Read More
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