Adolescents

Addiction And Adolescence

Adolescence is perhaps the most difficult time in a young person’s life. Teens are the most vulnerable to peer pressure, often experimenting with drug or alcohol use without awareness of the potentially devastating damage that can occur with prolonged use. Because the brain is not fully developed during adolescence, changes in the brain from drug or alcohol use occur quickly, making teens even more susceptible to addiction.

Let’s explore more about adolescence with the articles below.

Articles About Adolescents

Sobriety Is My Superpower

Sobriety Is My Superpower

As Ed Spatola aptly puts it, "Recovery is a beautiful thing." Recently, I had the honor of being invited to a women's meeting to celebrate my daughter's sobriety birthday. This was the first time I've ever attended such a celebration with her, and I couldn't feel more...

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College Overdoses Continue To Climb

College Overdoses Continue To Climb

It seems that never a day goes by without reading about another young person overdosing and dying. Having spent over 30 years on a college campus, it pains me as I read the news. Just this past week Marco Troper, the son of Former YouTube CEO Susan Wojciki has died....

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Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Statistics

Alcohol and Other Drug Addiction Statistics

A recent report published by TechReport.com reveals a multitude of eye-opening statistics about drug addiction. Below, we examine 10 of these alarming statistics and provide links to resources that can help families learn how to navigate addiction and mental health...

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The Dangers of Mixing Fentanyl & Xylazine

The Dangers of Mixing Fentanyl & Xylazine

As a leading global intervention service provider based in California, All About Interventions understands the critical importance of addressing addiction, chronic pain, mental health challenges, and process disorders. Dr. Louise Stanger, renowned for her invitational...

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3 Ways Novelty Creates Lasting Change

3 Ways Novelty Creates Lasting Change

The other day I read a wonderful article about novelty by Alane K. Daugherty, Ph.D., who sees the benefit of taking a novel approach to change. She asserts that when we seek newness whether it's taking a different route to work, changing old behaviors or looking at...

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