Outpatient programs are cost-effective venues through which teens can seek treatment while maintaining a daily routine conducive to their education, family life and social engagements. Through a reputable outpatient program, teens can maintain academic schedules while simultaneously staying accountable to outpatient program leaders, who can offer a bridge between teen addicts and concerned parents.…

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On This Page: Signs of Addiction Long-Term Consequences About Talbott Campus Computers and the Internet have become essential tools in the modern business world. People rely on the Internet for just about everything including the following: Work Communication Medical advice Music Shopping Homework   People may jokingly claim to have an addiction to the Internet,…

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On This Page: Parental Involvement Transition to Adulthood Supporting Independence Warning Signs When to Intervene Self-Care Finding Help “As the mother of a high school senior who has struggled with depression for nearly 10 years, I’m anxious about how I can help her adjust to life on her own without smothering her or somehow enabling…

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Bipolar disorder is one of the most common mood disorders in the world, affecting millions of people each year. This common disorder is also very complex and can produce a wide range of side effects that can contribute to the development of additional disorders and addictions.   Can Bipolar Disorder Cause Sex Addiction? Episodes of…

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By: Stephanie Thomas Persuasion is a tricky pursuit. You’ve tried it, no doubt. Nudging a friend to join you in your new hobby, convincing your parents to offer you a little more independence or begging your toddler to put on his pants — for the love! And, if you’re like most of us, your efforts…

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Prescription drug abuse is a serious and growing problem in the United States. The 2016 National Study on Drug Use and Health reported that an estimated 28.6 million Americans age 12 and over used illicit drugs during the month prior to the study. That means roughly 1 in 10 people struggle with some level of…

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Alcoholism affects people from all walks of life. According to the United States Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than 88,000 people die from alcohol-related deaths each year in the United States.1 And alcohol continues to be one of the nation’s most preventable causes of death, second only to tobacco and a poor diet/sedentary lifestyle.…

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When it comes to healing, doctors are on the front lines. Day in, day out, they bring their knowledge, experience and compassion to try to help those who are sick and injured. But the job isn’t always rewarding. In fact, many doctors struggle physically and mentally to stay in their profession — and sometimes that…

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By Beth Burgess Stress in America soared to record levels in 2017, with much of the brunt borne by southeastern states, such as Georgia. The Peach State ranked as the eighth most stressed state in the nation, with several crucial issues contributing to that score. According to the January 2017 American Psychological Association’s (APA) Stress…

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