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How Long Does Meth Stay in Your System? Methamphetamine is a dangerous drug that may cause a variety of side effects and unpleasant experiences, from rotting teeth to meth induced psychosis. Here we are going to explain how long meth stays in your system, what to...

Content Overview Scholarship Programs State-Funded Drug Rehab Programs Faith-Based Options Free Recovery Groups and Programs Why Go to Rehab? The Dangers of Drug Abuse Our Favorite Resources Free Drug Rehab Options Addiction is sweeping the nation and the headlines are filled with stories of overdoses, deaths, and communities where addiction is running rampant. When...

4 Therapy Techniques You Can Do Without a Therapist Introduction to the Practices People often come to me looking for practical things they can implement to change their lives. Over my years as a meditation teacher and my time practicing therapy I have picked up a few...

Quitting Adderall - What to Know Adderall is the trade name of amphetamine, a stimulant of the central nervous system. Adderall is most commonly prescribed to treat ADHD, and is commonly abused by students as a study aide. Unfortunately, quitting Adderall can be difficult and painful,...

We live in a crazy world. We work hard, we take care of our families, and sometimes, we don't realize that stress and anxiety are building inside us. And suddenly we feel down and depressed. Psychologists, counselors, and mental health treatment centers agree in that...

As you may know, the United States is in the midst of a serious opioid crisis. In the past century, we have gone through periods of discovering and using many different opioids for their perceived ability to help people come off the more dangerous drugs....

This time in my life was quite difficult, and thinking back on it, it still stirs bad memories and pain I had to deal with. This difficult time involved alcoholism. This time has long passed, and I overcame the need for alcohol. However, there are...

Prayer and meditation are two important parts of spiritual practice for many people. Whether you're a religious person, spiritual, agnostic, or atheistic, some combination of prayer and meditation may be benficial to you. Especially in recovery, we may pick up prayer or learn how to...

by Alyson Monaco The road to rehabilitation can be long and rocky, all in the hopes of coming out the other side with better a sense of self and improved mental health. A sunny outlook on life may seem incredibly far away. For many people, especially...

Finding the Best Time to Meditate Meditation is certainly something many people are interested in but just don't know where to start. Especially when first learning to meditate, one of the pieces of the puzzle is that we can't seem to find the right time to...