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Teen Rehab

Teens are especially vulnerable to substance abuse. As they navigate their way to becoming independent, they’re often eager to learn about the world and experiment. With the pressures that come with the teenage experience, it’s important for parents or trusted adults to stay educated on the tell-tale signs of teen substance abuse and addiction.

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How to Educate Your Kids About Substance Abuse

By Lisa OBrien

If your children know that you want them to make smart choices, they will respect you as a parent or guardian and know that you... Continue Reading

7 Drug Slang Terms All Parents Should Know About

By Lisa OBrien

The list of slang terms for drugs, drug use and paraphernalia goes on and on. No matter what socio-economic class teens live in... Continue Reading

How to Deal with the Guilt of Raising an Addict

By Colleen Marlett

As parents we project onto ourselves—either positive or negative—aspects of our children's lives. Continue Reading

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5 Ways to Better Connect with Your Teen

By Colleen Marlett

No matter how well adjusted we think we are as parents or how "unlike" our parents we are, the truth is our kids don't usually ... Continue Reading

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The Most Important Resources for Teens

By M. Lujan

If you’re a teen or young adult struggling with drug or alcohol abuse issues, depression, or other types of hardship, know that... Continue Reading

5 Arguments Teens Use for Smoking Weed That Are Totally False

By Joanne Chu

If you’ve ever had a conversation with a teen about smoking marijuana, you know just how skilled they are in crafting arguments... Continue Reading

Lonely child of addict experiences emotional neglect

The Invisible Ones: Children of Addicts

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

While recovering parents have opportunities to share their stories and experiences in the treatment process, children of recove... Continue Reading

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Signs That Signify Your Teen Might Be Using

By Elizabeth Seward

If you’re a parent of a teen (or even a pre-teen), keep your eyes vigilantly peeled for the following red flags. Any one of the... Continue Reading

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Loving Your Kids to Death: The Hard Truth About Parenting in Addiction

By Toshia Humphries Toshia Humphries is a Texan freelance writer, artist, and life coach and possesses three degrees in counseling and psychology, focusing on addictions and women’s studies.

Parenting is a challenge regardless of circumstance. However, when your kid is an addict, the parent role can become a confusin... Continue Reading

6 Ways to Cope With Your Child’s Addiction

By Elizabeth Seward

Your emotions will likely be all over the place when you learn your child is struggling with addiction, but there are still thi... Continue Reading

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How to Get Your Addicted Teen into Treatment

By Dominica Applegate Dominica Applegate has worked in the mental health field for 12 years before launching her own business as a writer. She earned her Master's in Counseling from Liberty Universit

Most adolescents won’t like the idea of going to treatment for substance abuse, so it’s important to do a bit of research befor... Continue Reading

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Bullying and Substance Abuse: What We Can Do

By M. Lujan

We can prevent children from experiencing the scarring mental and long-lasting emotional problems that come with bullying if we... Continue Reading

A Safe Haven to Recover in College

By Joanne Chu

Organizations like The Haven at College make sobriety both fun and easy on campus. Continue Reading

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How to Be Sober and Strong in College

By Elizabeth Seward

Unfortunately, binge drinking every weekend have become part of college culture—but it doesn't have to be the default way. Here... Continue Reading

3 Questions to Help Gauge Your Trust in Another Parent

By Elizabeth Seward

Leaving your child to another adult’s supervision may be uncomfortable, but spending some time with the individual can help eas... Continue Reading

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