All Addiction-Related Articles

  1. Can I smoke weed without being addicted?

  2. Do I have to stop drinking forever?

  3. How can I stop drinking?

  4. How can I stop using drugs?

  5. If I drink a lot, does that make me an alcoholic?

  6. Is it normal to black out when drinking?

  7. Is it safe to stop drinking by myself?

  8. Is it safe to stop using heroin by myself?

  9. My friends drink as much as I do. Are they alcoholics too?

  10. What is addiction?

  11. Am I addicted to pills?

  12. Can I go to AA if I don’t believe in God?

  13. How do I tell someone I have a problem with drugs or alcohol?

  14. Why can’t I stop drinking after three beers?

  15. If my parents are alcoholics, am I going to be an alcoholic?

  16. Can you be addicted to a behavior?

  17. How do I manage an addiction while I’m stuck at home?

  18. Treating Internet Addiction

  19. Why can’t I stop using drugs or alcohol?

  20. How can I manage my emotions without drugs or alcohol?

  21. What happens if I relapse?

  22. How can I identify triggers that make me want to use?

  23. I need to use to feel better

  24. I feel alone and want to use or drink

  25. Everything around me makes me want to use

  26. How can I overcome addiction in a rural community?

  27. I’ve started drinking or using at work

  28. How do I tell my parents I have an addiction?

  29. I don’t know how to be around drinking people sober

  30. I’m addicted to more than one substance. What do I do?

  31. What is recovery like?

  32. What do healthy boundaries look like in recovery?

  33. I want to die

  34. I can’t stop thinking about bad things that could happen

  35. What is Complex PTSD?

  36. I can’t stop snapping at people!

  37. A Letter to “Risky Business”

  38. What does peer support look like?

  39. I can’t stop sleeping

  40. What is depression?

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For people who are concerned about their use of alcohol or drugs. Can also be applied to other behaviors, like gambling or self-harm.