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  • Sex Addiction: the Intimacy Factor  By : Joe Zychik
    The relationship between overcoming sex addiction and intimacy
  • How To Overcome Sex Addiction - Plan carefully  By : Joe Zychik
    How to achieve long term success in overcoming sexual addiction through careful planning. Also what to plan for and how to plan for it.
  • Is Alcohol Considered A Drug?  By : Bill Urell
    As an addictive substance, alcohol can be as bad as drugs. Alcohol abuse and addiction, often referred in general terms as alcoholism, is a common problem in many communities, able to cut across economic and social barriers.
  • Exploring the Reasons Behind Drug Addiction  By : Annabelle Rox
    Drug addiction is a state of being that is characterised by the compulsive intake and intoxication of a drug. .This is one of the most common illnesses in the Western world with an estimated nine million Americans needing treatment for an addiction
  • Beating an Addiction  By : Mario
    The 4 stages of addiction come in to play mainly when you try to change an eating habit or anything that is self medicated. Food is the
  • Eating Disorders: Addiction and Recovery  By : Kausik Dutta
    Eating disorders are rapidly becoming one of the most common, and dangerous, public health issues plaguing many countries. Never before have diseases such as anorexia, bulimia, and food addictions been such a rampant problem. Fortunately, there are many treatment options and help available for people facing these life-threatening problems. Read on to find out more information about eating disorders and treatment options for you or someone you care about.
  • Alcohol Abuse Or Alcoholism, Are You Crossing The Line?  By : Bill Urell
    Alcohol abuse can be a tricky term to use, considering that 'abuse' can have different meanings to different people. However, it is often understood as referring to the excessive use of alcohol, and causing problems or negative consequences.
  • The Many Effects of Alcohol  By : David Peters
    Drinking alcohol is dangerous for kids and teens and sometimes for adults, too. Alcohol is a drug, and it is the drug most abused by teens. Many kids have their first drink at an early age, as young as 10 or 11 or even younger. They may have seen their parents drink or cool ads for beer and wine. It's easy for a kid to get the wrong message about alcohol. In TV commercials, drinking looks like a lot of fun. You might see people drinking and watching sports together or having a big party.
  • Help For Children with A.D.D. & A.D.H.D.  By : mcomo
    Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are fast growing disorders in the US that currently affects 10 to 15% of all school children. This figure is expected to double in the next 5 years.
  • Alcohol and Drug Abuse Relapse is a Choice  By : Edward Wilson
    Relapse isn't the return of a "disease." It's a personal choice and should be regarded as such - not a convenient excuse for avoiding responsibility for one's actions.
  • Finding The Best Treatment For Pain Killer Addiction  By : Helen Hecker
    There are a number of effective treatment options to treat pain killer addiction to prescription opioids and to help manage the sometimes severe withdrawal symptoms that can accompany the sudden stopping of the pain killers or drugs.
  • The Hidden Dangers Of Prescription Pill Addiction  By : Bill Urell
    Most people do not think about the possibility of an addiction to a prescription drug; however, prescription pill addiction is becoming more and more common in the United States. Prescription pill addiction is on the rise among out teenagers today.
  • Stopping Drinking: You can do it!  By : David Peters
    Double Fist Your Drinks: If you are drinking an alcoholic beverage it is a great idea to have a glass of water there as well and drink the two together. Drinking the water in between sips of your alcohol can help to keep the concentration of the alcohol down in your blood stream. You are also less likely to have a hangover the next day if you keep hydrated as well.
  • Alcoholism is a Progressive Disease  By : David Peters
    One of the difficulties in recognizing alcoholism as a disease is it just plain doesn't seem like one. It doesn't look, sound, smell and it certainly doesn't act like a disease. To make matters worse, generally it denies it exists and resists treatment. Alcoholism has been recognized for many years by professional medical organizations as a primary, chronic, progressive and sometimes fatal disease.
  • Sex Can Be Addictive  By :
    This article discusses sex addiction, its relation to stress, its effects and management.
  • Letting The Tables Go: The Perils Of Gambling Addiction  By : Lliorlance
    For most people, gambling is really just a way to get rid of all the stress and anxiety that one has to endure in life. However, problems arise when the gambling gets to the point where the gambler is willing to sacrifice anything and everything just to sustain the habit. Some gamblers go too far and not only compromise their finances, but their mental and emotional well-being as well.
  • Cracked By Crack: The Side Effects of Cocaine Withdrawal and Abuse  By : Zuske Sagara
    Cocaine, both in the common form and the more refined “crack” form, can cause a wide range of side effects on the body. Some of these symptoms are aggravated by withdrawal from the drug, while others manifest only once the drug is being removed from the system. The effects are both mental and physical, with things like panic, insomnia, coughing, and nasal congestion being commonly cited problems during the detoxification process.
  • Break Free from Drug Addiction  By :
    Drug-addiction is a problem ever since. Statistics of drug addiction are very alarming. However, there are treatments and help an addicted person can go to and find ways to cope with this problem and as such breaking a drug addiction may be difficult, but not impossible.
  • Escaping from Drug Addiction through Professionally-Assisted Withdrawal  By :
    Addiction or substance abuse is a complex brain disease. A person with an addiction experiences cravings that persist even in the face of extremely negative consequences. During a craving, a person with an addiction misses the habit-forming drug terribly, and often he or she experiences symptoms of withdrawal.
  • Alcohol: The Enemy in the Bottle  By : David Peters
    Once viewed as a simple lack of control over one's excesses, alcoholism is now recognized as one of the more debilitating diseases of modern society which affects millions of people all over the world. And yet this disease continues to be dismissed by many as an "It can't happen to me" malady until the individual is so intertwined in the clutches of alcoholism that desperate measures have to be resorted to.
  • Crossing the Barriers to Staying Sober  By : David Peters
    Make up your mind to stop drinking "Chance favors only the prepared mind". You crazy, you binge so much you don't have any chance at all to stop drinking. Does your inner self say this? Fight against it. In your decision to stop drinking, the first barrier you need to cross is your negative self. Be positive you can stop drinking. Well get alcohol out of sight. Gift your bottles to your enemy!....
  • Ways to Prevent Addiction Relapse  By : Alan Meyers
    The following paragraphs will address ways to prevent relapse and show how you can live a happy, healthy life, without fear and without relapse.
  • Alcoholism, Addictions and Friends of Bill: Post Holiday  By : Burk Pendergrass
    The Story Of Bill W, founder of AA, reaching out to those suffering.
  • Alcoholism and Other Addictions  By : Rachel
    Alcoholism is a disease in which a person craves alcohol, is unable to limit his or her drinking, needs to drink greater amounts to get the same effect, and has withdrawal symptoms after stopping alcohol use.
  • Cocaine Information - Signs, Symptoms and Facts  By : Christopher Evans -
    Cocaine information - useful facts, statistics and information on cocaine. How it is used, the dangers, symptoms of abuse and how you can recognise them. This is essential reading for parents worried about their teenagers!
  • The Conversation of Recovery - Part One  By : Dr Harry Henshaw
    Transformational Counseling is all about assisting another human being to live a life that they love and to live it powerfully. Transformational Counseling is about creating a space for others to learn how to transform their lives, to live a life differently from how it was in the past, to truly create what they desire. Transformational Counseling is about assisting others in their getting and utilizing a powerful technology that will enable them to make a true difference in their life and in the lives of others.
  • The Conversation of Recovery - Part Two  By : Dr Harry Henshaw
    The listening for the Conversation of possibilities will be even more unfamiliar than the one about the self-limiting belief. Even though possibilities will be caused for the individual and a sense of hope and inspiration created, there will be a tendency at some point for the person to not belief that their life can be truly transformed merely by creating possibilities. Even when the person gets the existence of his self-limiting belief, how he has been being that in his life and the impact upon himself and others as a result, a sense of doubt will arise that mere words or language will truly assist them in transforming their life let alone cause them to be successful with respect to their recovery.
  • Drugs and Alcohol - Self-Esteem's Downward Spiral  By : Sara Mendez
    According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 22.8 million Americans need help for drug or alcohol abuse. Of those people only a small percent completed rehab successfully. Students took the same survey and of those students, 2.3 million ages 12-17 reported they needed help for drugs or alcohol. Only 8.2% actually got help from a rehab center. Whatever your choice of addiction is, they have one thing in common, low self esteem.
  • The Effects Of Alcohol Abuse Can Be Dramatic  By : The Alternate Medic
    We all suffer from the pressures of life in today's modern lifestyle. Unfortunately, many of us look for an instant relief from these pressures by consuming large quantities of alcohol. The problem is that the so called relief is temporary, the following morning you still have the same problems to face. All to often these same people become alcoholics, to help them to forget their daily problems or even to seemingly ease the emotional pain they may be experiencing in their lives. They seek further relief in the blur of alcoholic haze.
  • My Story. Drugs, The Heartaches, The Pain, The Victories  By : overcomer
    True story of my life, as an overcomer

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