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Do I Have A Drinking Problem?

Have you ever thought, do I have a drinking problem? Many people ask themselves this question. However, objectively answering it isn't always easy. That's why it's so important for you to know the signs and symptoms of having a drinking problem.

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Are You Struggling With Depression After Losing A Parent?

When someone close to us passes away, we grieve for that loss. It's perfectly natural to feel blue for some time. However, are you afraid that your depression after losing a parent is becoming a problem? While each one of us has our own timeline for grieving, sometimes sad feelings interfere with the rest of our lives.Therefore, if you're having trouble moving forward after a parent's death, consider seeking treatment.

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What is Unemployment Depression?

Depression and substance abuse are common problems that often occur together. To complicate matters even further, there are many different causes of clinical depression. Therefore, the following information will define unemployment depression. It will also talk about the signs that can accompany unemployment depression so that you can recognize this problem.

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Eating Disorder Statistics

Eating disorder statistics and research about this common problem run scarce. However, sometimes you find an article on the web with some key information. Unfortunately, these prove hard to read because of medical jargon. Therefore, below is a collection of many of these truths about eating disorders, so you can see the problem more clearly.

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Understanding Anger: Is it Harming Your Mental Health?

Did you know that stuffing down your anger impacts your mental health?

Serious conditions associated with stuffed-down anger include depression, anxiety, addiction, insomnia, and others, according to the nation’s top mental health experts.

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How to Help Someone With Depression

Woman wondering how to help someone with depression

Some people who experience problems with substance abuse struggle with depression at the same time. Therefore, you may be wondering how to help someone with depression. The information below will help you understand depression more fully. In doing so, you can provide vital support to those you care about.

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Is My Spouse An Alcoholic?

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What You Don't Know About Anger and Alcoholism

Alcoholism and anger go together in more ways than one. Most of us seem to know about the "angry drunk" caricature. Even caricatures can be based on truth.

Did you know that nearly 1 in 5 people with addiction issues have trouble controlling their anger?

It's true, according to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMHSA).

But did you know that unaddressed anger can actually lead to alcoholism and addiction?

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Two Essential Things That Are Missing In Addiction Treatment

Why is it that so many people who want to recover from addiction cannot? What’s missing in addiction treatment that prevents them from healing?

Sure, there are some who enter treatment under coercion -- be it from their partner, their parents, or their parole officer. But many people who seek treatment for addiction truly want to get well.

So why don't they?

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7 Hidden Signs of Early-Stage Depression

Most of us are aware of the more outward signs of depression, such as frequent crying, lack of motivation, etc.

But often by the time these symptoms are visible, the depression has already progressed. Read on to learn about some less obvious hidden signs that can help identify early stage depression.

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