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Are Alcohol and Aggression Linked?

Alcohol is one of the most commonly misused substances in the world. As a legal substance that is easily accessible, many people use alcohol regularly. Unfortunately, some develop addictions or other health problems. Drinking more than moderate amounts of alcohol is associated with some adverse outcomes ranging from impaired judgment and loss of coordination to …

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Why Do Alcoholics Blame Others?

People struggling with alcohol addiction—also referred to as alcohol use disorder (AUD)—often find themselves blaming others for the problems they have caused. Addiction can make people act out of character or do things they would not do when sober. This can be tough to face, and it may be easier to blame others than accept …

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What Are the Types of Peer Pressure?

Peer pressure is common in adolescence and can be difficult for teens to resist. However, peer pressure does not necessarily stop when you enter adulthood. Peers of all ages can exert pressure on one another in many ways, some obvious and others less so. It is essential to understand what peer pressure looks like, why …

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7 Warning Signs of Alcoholism

Alcoholism, now referred to as alcohol use disorder (AUD), is a chronic disease characterized by compulsive alcohol misuse. People with this condition may struggle to moderate or discontinue their alcohol consumption despite the consequences. If you think someone in your life has a drinking problem, it helps to understand common alcoholism warning signs and what …

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Can I Work in Rehab?

One of the biggest obstacles to getting treatment for drug or alcohol addiction is financial worries. Some people worry about the costs of treatment programs, especially if they are on a tight budget or do not have good health insurance coverage. Others are concerned about how they will pay their bills if they take time …

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