If you’re struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, you might wonder why your family cares so much. Of course, they love you and are concerned with your welfare. But addiction affects the family in ways that you might not realize. That’s why there are support...

Many people drink alcohol because it makes them feel free and less inhibited. Although alcohol can put you in a partying mood, it’s actually a depressant. It can dampen your mood, slow down your central nervous system and alter your brain chemistry. Is Alcohol a Depressant? Alcohol...

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If you struggle with alcohol addiction, you probably recognize that one of the first steps toward recovery involves quitting drinking. But recovery isn’t always a linear process. Eliminating alcohol from your system and your life can bring you some relief. However, you’ll need to examine...

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