Let 2018 be the year that you focus on improving your mental health. If you know that you generally have low motivation or and often feel down, depressed, or hopeless, it is likely that you have depression. If you know that you generally feel nervous, anxious, on...read more
After the holidays, about four out of ten (40%) individuals feel increased depression, anxiety and/or inadequacy after the holidays.
For those with preexisting vulnerability to depression and anxiety, these post-holiday feelings can become overwhelming. Treatment works, so let this be the last holiday season you go without seeking the help you may need.read more
About one in five adults who attend holiday work parties say they have felt pressured to drink alcohol.
For those struggling with maintaining sobriety, this can be very challenging. Counseling can help such individuals strengthen their recovery.read more
Holidays are very challenging if one has a vulnerability to misusing alcohol; 2018 is the year you can beat this vulnerability and begin a next chapter in your life. Professional counseling can be very helpful in finding one’s way to health.read more
Too often one’s alcohol use can lead to family discord and damaged relationships. If you believe you might have a problem with alcohol, don’t let another holiday season pass with obtaining the professional help you may need.read more
While for many, it is harmless fun, but for those with preexisting issues, it often leads to family discord and other issues. Know that recovery from alcohol or other drugs problems can be achieved.read more
Stuart Gitlow, past president of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, said anyone with a family history of alcoholism or past problems with addiction shouldn’t have any alcoholic drinks. For others, he said any dose isn’t really good for you, but there are...read more