• Blackout Drunk: The Science Behind Going Dark

    July 27, 2016

    Experiencing a blackout can be a horrifying or numbing event that can not only destroy relationships and one’s reputation, but also one’s self integrity, depending on what the blacked-out person does. Sadly, professor of psychiatry Marc Schuckit at the University of California San Dieg...

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  • Honest Recovery Is the Best Policy

    June 27, 2016

    Seeking honest recovery treatment for drug and/or alcohol addiction takes a lot of courage. Courage to admit there is a problem. Courage to seek help from others. And, finally, courage to take the first step to turning your life around. But a recovering addict’s relationship with honesty...

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  • Recovery High Schools Help Teens Remain Sober

    June 27, 2016

    Those daunting days of dealing with hormonal teenagers, mundane teachers, and inescapable peer pressure make up a crude retrospective of high school adolescence for most people. But the rise of recovery high schools is creating a different experience for sober adolescents, according to ABC...

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  • Summer Sobriety Tips

    June 22, 2016

    The list of summer get-togethers seems endless—and all of them present challenges to summer sobriety. There are beach trips and pool parties. Outdoor concerts and festivals. Weddings and graduations. Backyard barbecues and sporting events, and the list goes on. By the time the season off...

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