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Meth and the Mexican Cartels

For a long time, Mexican drug cartels have been smuggling illegal marijuana across the United States border. While the cartels deal in all sorts of

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Meth Treatment Options

Crystal methamphetamine is back, and deadlier than ever. The US DEA’s 2017 report on meth presented findings that are jarring to say the least. Stats

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Stories of Addiction Recovery: Amber

Alcoholism is a substance use disorder that can masquerade quite easily as a societal norm, as discussed in yesterday’s post: The Mommy Drinking Culture. Casual

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The Mommy Drinking Culture Problem

There’s an enormous problem wreaking havoc on women in their 20s, 30s, and 40s with children; an alcoholism enabled by a culture of excuses. It’s

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SAD and Addiction

Seasonal Affective Disorder or SAD is a disorder that affects approximately 25% of the population and is characterized by prolonged depression, present in the winter

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How to Stop Enabling an Addict

What is an Enabler? Enablers may exhibit a variety of different signs. When considering whether you or someone else may be enabling someone in your

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Writing My Daughter’s Obituary

A few months ago, we sat down with Paige, a new mom and recent alumni of Granite Recovery Centers. Today, we hear from her father,

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Tips for Coping with Anxiety During Recovery

1. Identify the source of anxiety The first step in calming anxiety during recovery is to identify its source. Sources of anxiety can include: Fuzzy