• How to have Necessary Conversations About Mental Health

    Conversations about Mental Health They may be difficult but necessary

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    Having conversations about mental health can initially seem daunting and impossible. However, once you feel informed in how to start a conversation, how to navigate the challenges that may arise from the conversation, how to embrace any ‘awkwardness’, and how to refer to professional resources if necessary, the conversation becomes more relaxed and accessible. Having […]

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  • Vaping And Lung Disease

    Vaping and Lung Disease The connection is getting clearer

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    The CDC and health officials in at least a dozen states are studying a mysterious new lung disease likely caused by vaping. Many victims are quite young, reflecting the recent widespread use of e-cigarettes among middle schoolers and high school students. About four million school kids report vaping in the last month. So far the number […]

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  • How Gratitude Impacts Our Mental Health and Wellbeing

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    There are many ways to give thanks and show gratitude. Meditate, reflect personally, journal, write a thank-you note… simply being grateful and expressing gratitude is linked to greater happiness in positive psychology. This article will outline some of the main ways that gratitude impacts our mental health and wellbeing. Strengthens and builds relationships Demonstrating appreciation […]

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  • Families Get a Bad Rap When Confronting Addiction

    Families and Addiction It can be a complicated, confusing relationship.

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    Families Get a Bad Rap Parents get a really bad rap in our society.  They are pointed to as the cause of a child’s substance problem, accused of enabling if they so much as give the kid a meal, and their own needs are ignored by their friends, employers and other family as they struggle […]

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  • How to Build Self-Confidence

    Confidence

    Building confidence It's essential for stronger mental health

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    Generally speaking, confident individuals — meaning those with higher self-esteem — are happier and have an elevated sense of wellbeing. Confidence and self-esteem have been proven to be linked to greater mental toughness and wellbeing. This article outlines ways that you can build your confidence or self-esteem, in order to help elevate your state of […]

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  • Dangers Of Synthetic Pot

    Synthetic Pot Is it more dangerous than the natural stuff?

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    I have strongly supported legalizing pot. Not because it’s safe (no drug is safe), but because pot prohibition has always failed to reduce pot use. It also seems silly to focus on the dangers of pot when so many more dangerous substances (prescription opioids, alcohol, and street drugs) are so widely available. But I think we must now […]

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  • Trauma-Informed?  Questions You Should Ask

    Trauma-Informed Individuals How to become one

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    It seems like every treatment facility has “trauma-informed care” listed in big letters on its website these days.  But what does that mean?  Is it a safer place for people who have been through traumatic experiences?  What questions can you ask a treatment center – before you or a loved one walk through the doors […]

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  • Summer Self-Care Ideas

    Sober Summer Checklist How to stay sober and have fun this summer

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    Welcome to summer 2019! Often we associate summertime with feelings of excitement and happiness. Regardless of how you feel about summer, it is important to implement your own self-care routines throughout the summer that work best for you. This article will outline a few summer self-care ideas that you can choose to include in your […]

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  • Free Treatment For Opioid Addiction

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    Oklahoma’s clever Attorney-General beat the rush to take back from Big Pharma some of the blood money profits it gouged out of the deadly opioid epidemic. He has already forged settlements of $250 million with Purdue and $85 million with Teva and is currently in court pursuing many more millions from Johnson and Johnson. Corporations usually fight lawsuits tooth […]

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  • The Stealth Meth Epidemic

    A Meth Epidemic is happening while the nation is focusing on opioids.

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    Like all human activities, drug use follows fads and fashions. Seemingly out of nowhere, a given drug becomes popular and easily accessible; dominates the street and the headlines; causes the most emergency room visits and overdose deaths; and then recedes back to its ambient level of use. Tastes, costs, production sources, smuggling opportunities, technology, and law enforcement […]

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How to have Necessary Conversations About Mental Health

Having conversations about mental health can initially seem daunting and impossible. However, once you feel informed in how to start a conversation, how to navigate the challenges that may arise from the conversation, how to embrace any ‘awkwardness’, and how to refer to professional resources if necessary, the conversation becomes more relaxed and accessible. Having […]

Vaping And Lung Disease

The CDC and health officials in at least a dozen states are studying a mysterious new lung disease likely caused by vaping. Many victims are quite young, reflecting the recent widespread use of e-cigarettes among middle schoolers and high school students. About four million school kids report vaping in the last month. So far the number […]

How Gratitude Impacts Our Mental Health and Wellbeing

There are many ways to give thanks and show gratitude. Meditate, reflect personally, journal, write a thank-you note… simply being grateful and expressing gratitude is linked to greater happiness in positive psychology. This article will outline some of the main ways that gratitude impacts our mental health and wellbeing. Strengthens and builds relationships Demonstrating appreciation […]

How to Build Self-Confidence

Confidence

Generally speaking, confident individuals — meaning those with higher self-esteem — are happier and have an elevated sense of wellbeing. Confidence and self-esteem have been proven to be linked to greater mental toughness and wellbeing. This article outlines ways that you can build your confidence or self-esteem, in order to help elevate your state of […]

Dangers Of Synthetic Pot

I have strongly supported legalizing pot. Not because it’s safe (no drug is safe), but because pot prohibition has always failed to reduce pot use. It also seems silly to focus on the dangers of pot when so many more dangerous substances (prescription opioids, alcohol, and street drugs) are so widely available. But I think we must now […]

Can Cannabis Cause Schizophrenia?

Over the past several decades a curious link between psychotic disorders, like schizophrenia, and the use of cannabis (marijuana) has cropped up in research carried out across the globe. Some scientists have suggested that the active ingredient in cannabis, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), might increase susceptibility to schizophrenia and similar disorders characterized by delusions, hallucinations, and disorganized […]

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