Being a teenager is never easy. There are so many changes going on, that life can get overwhelming. When that happens, teens can turn to substance abuse as a way to cope with a life that's out of control. Unfortunately, it can be difficult to identify a substance abuse problem, especially if you don't know what you're looking for. Substance abuse can affect every facet of your child's life – including physically, behaviorally and psychologically.
16 July 2016
Getting sober once and for all is a huge commitment to make, but it's one that can provide many benefits in life such as the ability to achieve and maintain a healthier look, the option to save more money, and the opportunity to make new inspirational friends. You don't have to commit to an inpatient rehabilitation process in order to succeed with sobriety, but it is important to take steps that help keep you on the right path as you grow and learn to live a happily sober life.
17 April 2016
Facing a charge for driving under the influence can be a serious matter. Unfortunately, this is an issue that some drivers may downplay due to a lack of knowledge about the consequences of this charge. In particular, there are a couple of routinely asked questions about these charges, and it is important for defendants to understand the answers to a couple of questions to ensure they are prepared for what to expect with this type of charge.
30 March 2016
Oftentimes, individuals struggle to make sense of things. They find themselves in situations that they don't know how to handle. Instead of feeling like you have nowhere to turn, you can begin a new journey with a life coach by your side. These individuals have helped countless people just like you become the person they want to be and achieve their dreams in no time. To help you better understand what you can take away from a life coach, here are three things they will help you realize.
24 March 2016
Were you or your spouse involved in an emotional affair? If so, you may be wondering if there is any hope for your relationship. Perhaps there is still love there, but you are likely facing a slew of emotions and the trust in your relationship may be at an all-time low. It is possible to recover from an emotional affair and have a healthy and meaningful relationship. The following are a few things that can be done to help your relationship.
22 March 2016
Overcoming a drug addiction can be very difficult to do on your own. Even if you are ready to quit the drugs, it can be hard to quit taking them if you are badly addicted. If you want to get help for your drug addiction, but are not sure what type of treatment to choose, use the following guide to learn how to choose the right drug treatment program for you.
22 March 2016
If you have a teenager who is telling you that he feels that he is a man trapped in a woman's body, it is important to get him to counseling right away. A counselor can help your child understand where the feelings are coming from and a positive way to channel them. The following guide walks you through a few more reasons why taking your child to a counselor when he is transgender is so important.
21 March 2016
Depression affects many people, and it's often a misunderstood mental affliction. When it comes to older adults, depression is quite common and frequently goes unrecognized. If you have a parent or loved one who you feel may be depressed, it's important to be aware of the signs. Here are some things to look out for if you're concerned about an elderly person in your life and when you should help them seek treatment.
10 March 2016
Military members are encouraged to keep every aspect of their life under control. Service members are provided with many valuable resources to help them, and most of these resources are provided at no cost to the member and their family. One great resource available to military members to help them get through the stresses of military life is parenting classes. Parenting classes can benefit every type of family and every circumstance that comes up.
9 March 2016
If you are going to be making a big change to your family unit soon, then you may want to start going to family counseling first. Going to see a counselor before your family endures a big change can help the change happen without as many negative repercussions. A few examples of times when you may want to start seeing a family counselor include before you have a new baby, before you make a big move and before you have a distant family member move in with your family.
9 March 2016