Mental Health

How Can I Overcome the Trauma of My Parent’s Alcoholic Behavior to Support Them?

Growing up with a parent who has an alcohol use disorder or any other substance use or addictive disorder is emotionally challenging. You may have not received the emotional support you needed, been overly or wrongfully criticized, had to suffer from lacking needs and wants, having to care for your parents when you were still …

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Co-Occurring Disorders and Addiction: What You Need to Know

As of 2018, over 9 million people in the United States were identified as struggling with a co-occurring disorder. Co-occurring disorders are also known as dual diagnosis. As both names imply,  a person who meets this criteria has more than one problem at work. The presence of both, substance abuse and an underlying mental health …

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Blueprint for Creating a Positive Recovery Environment

Many years ago, a brilliant psychologist named Abraham Maslow came up with clear formula for determining the aspects of life that humans need to meet, fulfill or realize along their journey of wholeness. Since its beginning, the Hierarchy of Needs model has been used to explain everything from marketing tactics to business development. When it …

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Comorbidity: When Mental Illness and Substance Use Disorders Coexist

Mental illness and addiction are all too common in the United States. Around 19.1 percent of all Americans have at least one diagnosed mental health condition; 19.7 percent have a substance use disorder. That’s nearly a fifth of the entire population for each separate condition. These numbers are often startling, especially to people who don’t …

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