Category Archives: Family
As a spouse of someone dealing with an addiction, you might notice that something seems a little “off” with your spouse. You might even suspect that your spouse is dealing with a drug or alcohol …
Since the formation of MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) in 1980, the numbers of automobile crashes by drunk drivers have dropped in half. This is largely due to MADD’s dedication to inform, educate, and advocate …
During college, Delilah worked hard and made the Dean’s List, but she had trouble deciding on a major. After attending a mock jury trial at school, Delilah was fascinated by litigation and decided to become …
Studies conducted by the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry (AACAP) revealed that on average, alcohol and marijuana use begins as early as ages 12, and 14, respectively. This raises the question of the provocation for such early drug abuse.
Birth Order had been linked to such attributes as intelligence and temperament. Could there also be a correlation between and birth order and drug use?
“When you practice gratefulness, there is a sense of respect toward others.” – Dalai Lama Today, millions of Americans will sit down to dinner with their loved ones to celebrate a national day of thanks. …
Nothing says more about the success of our organization than our alumni. On October 25, 2015, we came together in Eatontown, NJ, to celebrate the only accomplishment that matters, our clients’ victory of substance use and …
If we stay strong for ourselves, then we may be able to stay strong for our loved ones as they enter addiction recovery.
When we get clean, we don’t get to control the relationships we get to keep. But we can give our loved ones reasons to believe that we’ve changed. READ MORE
Once we accept that we are ultimately powerless over our loved ones’ substance abuse, we can become a more effective resource in getting them help. READ MORE