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This guide was written with the intention of empowering women to navigate the internet without fear. We discuss common occurrences in which women are subject to harassment in their daily lives – on social media, at work, while dating, and more – and give tips and advice on how women can take control.
Mental disorders, such as depression, often accompany an addiction. When co-occurring disorders are present, the individual has a dual diagnosis.
Empathy sets a solid foundation for many of our relationships throughout life – whether with family, friends or even colleagues. It also plays an essential role as you continue on the path to long-term recovery and sobriety.
Terry Gross interviews Judith Grisel, professor of psychology at Bucknell University and author of Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction, on NPR's Fresh Air, February 12, 2019.
The list of mental health issues that can affect your teen is a long one and each person is unique in the way that these pressure affect them and how they cope or fail to contend with these traumatic circumstances and pressures. One thing that is certain is that a good number of the challenges that adolescents face can have a detrimental impact on their mental health. Here is a look at the key signs that you need to look out for and some tips and information on how to help your teen stay in positive control of their mental health.
More people are connecting with licensed therapists online, on video and via apps. It can be an affordable, private and convenient way to speak with a counselor.
No matter what addiction you are struggling with, there is a treatment program out there for you.

As technology advances and our military becomes more intelligent, the face of war has changed in our world. Yet the toll that combat can take on those serving in our military is still a growing problem.

Many of our nation’s bravest have come home from foreign lands where they were dealing with unknown dangers and putting their life on the line on a daily basis. Some of the memories they bring home with them are horrific in nature and can cause many issues if left untreated.

Among the most prevalent of these concerns are physical pain from injuries and mental illnesses such as PTSD. Over time, many of these brave men and women who fought for our freedom find themselves fighting for freedom from alcohol and substance abuse.

If you or a loved one are a veteran who has returned home only to find yourself fighting this new battle against substance abuse, you are not alone. There is help available to you right now.

Servicemen and women oftentimes face unique challenges when leaving active duty and readjusting to civilian life. This article offers some perspective and resources for veterans dealing with PTSD.
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