Drug-abusers Have Difficulty in Recognizing Negative Emotions such as Wrath, Fear and Sadness University of Granada scientists have been the first to analyze the relation between drug abuse and recognition of basic emotions (happiness, surprise, wrath, fear, sadness and disgust) by drug-abusers. Thus, the study revealed that drug-abusers have difficulty to identify negative emotions by …∞
Teen Peer Pressure: Raising a Peer Pressure-Proof Child Learn what kinds of peer pressure teens face, who’s most vulnerable, and how to help your son or daughter resist. Remember when your teenager took her first steps as a toddler? You hovered behind her — back bent, arms spread — prepared to catch her should she …∞
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Relations between 12-step Attendance, Depression, and Substance Use in Patients with Comorbid Substance Dependence and Major Depression. Among patients with substance dependence and comorbid major depressive disorder (MDD) receiving treatment, we examined if differences in depression were mediated by 12-step involvement, and if the effects of 12-Step involvement on future alcohol and drug use were …∞
Image via Wikipedia What medications are safe to use in recovery? If there is one question that I am asked regularly by alcoholics and addicts, it is “What medications are safe to use in recovery?” The answer is this: All medications have the potential to be abused, some much more than others. The first thing …∞
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