The Truth About Being “Too Sensitive”

Girls are typically labeled as overly emotional or sensitive, and over the years, it’s become an accepted stereotype. However, when boys are called emotional or sensitive, it becomes a cross to bear. It’s an implicit insult that crawls into the

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The Dangers of Synthetic Cannabinoids 

 According to the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, “Synthetic cannabinoids (also known as “synthetic marijuana,” with brand names like “K2”) are various man-made chemicals that some people may use as an alternative to marijuana. These seemingly innocent little packages

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The Hidden Dangers of Club Drugs

When we hear the words drug addiction, it’s easy to imagine the heavy hitters: pain killers, heroin, meth, and crack cocaine. While these are common substances that are highly addictive, the stereotyping can cause us to downplay other drugs of

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How To Find The Right Sponsor During Sobriety

For some people, searching for a sponsor during sobriety can be an overwhelming experience. Countless questions and concerns arise during this process such as: Is this person the right fit for my personality? Can I trust this person? Can my

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Saying No: Creating Boundaries and Self-Worth 

Boundaries are an essential component of mental health. They are the dividing line, an invisible barrier, between a person and the external world that creates safety, healthy relationships, and peace. Ultimately, boundaries tell others how to treat us and illuminate

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You’re Never Not an Addict

We can complete the treatment programs, we can do long stints in rehab, and we can go to group for the rest of our lives, but it won’t change the truth about being an addict—once an addict, always an addict.

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