Reblogged from The Fix, article by Maggie Ethridge It all comes down to the developing brain. The teenage human brain is not “fully wired” Dr. Frances Jensen, chair of neurology at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine, told the Philly Voice. Because the teenage brain is literally still growing—still building the synapses that connect portions … More Are Teens’ Brains More Vulnerable To Addiction?
Substance use disorders are among the most stigmatized conditions in the entire world. Recoveryanswers.org Drug and alcohol abuse are among a list of 18 of the most highly stigmatized social problems or conditions. They rank number one and number four as the most highly stigmatized. The public often may believe that people who are using … More Judgment Against Addiction is Alive and Real Today
According to a study of 40,000 Americans, it turns out that nearly half of those who experience an addiction find a way to change, without treatment. According to the Recovery Research Institute: 9.1% American adults have resolved a significant alcohol or other drug problem 51% reported alcohol as their primary problem 11% cannabis 10% stimulants … More Not Everyone Needs Treatment for Their Addiction
To read more about how to have a great relationship by taking yourself seriously, click on the photo above. I write articles about wellness, leadership, parenting and personal growth. My hope is to deliver the best content I can to inspire, to inform and to entertain. Sign up for my blog if you want to receive … More Maybe It’s Time to Take Yourself A Little More Seriously?
13 Ways to see your life as a work of art rather than a hobby ___ Have you been accused of taking your life too seriously? Maybe you think too much, or you have a resting seriousface? So what? Maybe life is better when you take yourself seriously. “Feedback can change your life… if you … More Want to Have a Great Relationship? Then it’s Time to Take Yourself Seriously