All Addiction-Related Articles

  1. 50 self-care activities to do when you don’t know where to start

  2. 8 of the best meditation apps

  3. A Letter to “Risky Business”

  4. Am I addicted to pills?

  5. Am I harming myself? Types of self-harm

  6. Am I having too much sex?

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

  8. Can I smoke weed without being addicted?

  9. Can meditation improve my mental health?

  10. Can you be addicted to a behavior?

  11. Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

  12. Do I have to stop drinking forever?

  13. Do I need to break up with my friends who use when I’m sober?

  14. Do I need to go to the hospital?

  15. Everyone else in recovery is doing better than me

  16. Everything around me makes me want to use

  17. Filling the Void

  18. Finding a Hospital

  19. Helpful vs. Harmful Ways to Manage Emotions

  20. How can I cope with bipolar disorder and addiction?

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

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

  23. How can I manage my emotions?

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

  25. How can I stop drinking?

  26. How can I stop using drugs?

  27. How do I cope with Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS)?

  28. How do I deal with anger in recovery?

  29. How do I deal with my emotions when I’m sober?

  30. How do I deal with suicidal thoughts and addiction?

  31. How do I deal with trauma and addiction?

  32. How do I find myself again in recovery?

  33. How do I keep going after relapse?

  34. How do I make amends?

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

  36. How do I overcome judgment while in recovery?

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

  38. How do I tell my parents their drinking or using makes me feel unsafe?

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

  40. How to cope when a loved one relapses

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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.