Being Middle Aged & Dealing With Addiction
Let’s explore topics about addiction specifically written for men and women in the (thriving) middle age group.
Articles About Middle Age
Is Retirement Right For Everyone?
Invariably someone asks me when I am going to retire. I sometimes wonder why they ask me that question. Do I look and talk too old to work, are they wondering about their own work life, am I outdated? I often shrug my shoulder’s look around and fiercely announce: I am...
REPORT: Drug & Alcohol Deaths on the Rise Among Older Americans
With the holidays coming, an oft-overlooked population is aging adults. Sadly, drug and alcohol deaths are on the rise in older adults. Trauma, chronic pain, and isolation often play a part in an older adult's life. I was even invited to a Pot Party at age 72! Scams...
Do You Know a Workaholic?
I was so busy working that I missed July 5 National Workaholics Day. I guess I am guilty as charged. In fact, it wasn’t until a Forbes article undulated before my tired work eyes did, I ever know there was a National Workaholic Day. In my life every day is a workday....
How Artificial Intelligence Will Make Inroads in the Behavioral Health Field
This article originally appeared on Huffington Post. Have you ever thought that artificial intelligence may be able to help with treatment planning and placement? If you are like me, you probably didn’t pay much attention to artificial intelligence until Siri started...
[Sober World] The Silver Tsunami – Aging & Substance Abuse
My article "The Silver Tsunami - Aging & Substance Abuse" is in December’s issue of The Sober World. Read the article & leave your comments below.
Falling Up: A Memoir of Renewal
Learn To Thrive
The Parallel Process
Struggle for Intimacy
The Alcoholic Family in Recovery
Stephanie Brown PhD