NLP Addiction Technique: Addiction Through the Lens of NLP PresuppositionsAugust 11th, 2017
Have you been diagnosed as "Bipolar" in addiction recovery. You are not alone! Learn about how this woman in long term recovery coped with the diagnosis...and how you can, too.
Are you worried that a parent or grandparent may be slipping into an addiction? Signs of addiction in older people can be identified...and treated! Expert Interventionist Dr. Louise Stanger will show you how...HERE!
Marijuana is the most commonly used illicit drug. Over 94 million people in the U.S. have admitted using it at least once. To learn more statistics about who uses marijuana (cannabis), explore this infographic.
How can you keep the brain growing and avoid negative patterns as you age? A “How To” article from Dr. Louise Stanger provides practical answers here.
If someone is really “good” at being an addict, do they ever really need to change? More on how you can cope with a functional addict who never really “hits bottom” here.
We cannot overlook two (2) main risk factors faced by Lesbian Gay Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people: trauma and isolation. Learn more, here.
There are many ways you can help an OxyContin addict. Show support and encouragement. Stage interventions. Or, research treatment resources in your local area. More about what you can do to help a loved one here.
Treatment for crack addiction is necessary to prevent future health problems, additional costs to the family economic and to society, broken relationships with friends and family, job loss, and other life complications. Who seeks and needs addiction treatment help for crack addiction problem? Learn more in this infographic.
I have spent the last ten years of my life considering what it means to be an addict and what it means to have the disease of addiction. A look here at the inconsistencies that I see within this model of addiction, and how it affects those of us who work in the field.
Addicts can be hard on themselves...let alone society! Learn what you should do for your friend or family member when they are facing an addiction. More here.