Addiction

The Ghost Of Cocaine Past

At first, I wasn’t too thrilled about writing this article today because I’m a Sleazy Advertising Executive that likes to sell things on this site and the last thing I want to do is share my feelings. But my employers told me that if I...

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You Chose the Bottle

This is two very hard topics rolled into one, so for anyone out there dealing with addiction and grief, I dug deep to share it for you. But aside from my selfless sharing;) it was actually great (free) therapy for me. A good reminder of the power...

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Top Ten Mental Health Myths

People are becoming increasingly private about their diagnosis because of Hollywood movies and outdated stigmas continue that perpetuate an epidemic of mental health myths. Here is a list of ten that we wanted to debunk. Mental Health Problems Are...

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Don’t Do Drugs Kids

When you’re caught up in the peak of drug addiction and begin to put pieces together in some brief moments of clarity, many will start thinking about how they got themselves this far deep into the rabbit hole. If you’re like me, you may...

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Winternet Addiction Disorder

A particularly nasty nor’easter pommeled the East Coast last month, leaving an estimated 1.4 million people without power. Heavy flooding, high winds, and accumulations of up to two feet of snow sent residents from Maine to South Carolina into a...

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The Power Of Peer Counseling

In Calgary, Alberta, Canada, this week, a new type of mental health support center opened from the people at the Calgary Mental Health Association. It’s based on the power of peer counseling, and the concept of it is completely refreshing. I...

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My Girlfriend Is A Cheating Alcoholic

Dear Judge Mental Jones, I love my girlfriend and I want to marry her, but when we go out, she drinks way too much. She ends up dancing with other guys and making out with girls and trying to bring them home for threesomes. She’s cheated on me many...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Slipknot

Home > Oxford English > Slipknot Definition of Slipknot in English: Slipknot [NOUN] 1. A knot that can be undone by a pull. “We may frown upon public hangings in this day and age, but there’s no harm in knowing how to tie a proper slipknot,...

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The Addictionary of Oxford English: Romantic

Home > Oxford English > Romantic Definition of Romantic in English: Romantic [ADJECTIVE] 1. Conductive to or characterized by the expression of love. “I can’t help it, darling. I’m just full of romantic antics.” – Oxford English 2. Of,...

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