Yes, crack is extremely hard to quit. Crack is a more concentrated form of powder cocaine and is highly addictive! We provide you with information about what to expect during crack withdrawal here. Plus, we’ll examine risky vs. safe ways of coming off crack. Finally, we invite your questions at the end.
Yes. Heroin is hard to quit. However, with proper medical treatment and support you can succeed! Read more about what makes heroin so addictive, as well as the most appropriate methods for coming off this powerful and highly addictive drug here.
Discover how and why people abuse ecstasy. Then, get familiar with the red flags that signal ecstasy abuse, and ways to address the problem.
Are you considering rehab? Find out if you’re ready and learn what to expect when you enter a rehab facility here.
Psychoactive substances have long been connected to the creative process. But how does addiction affect creativity? And what’s the relationship between mental illness and creative work? A look at the darker side of the coin here.
A look at healthy teen behaviors vs. unhealthy…and just how video gaming, late nights up, and rebellion MAY NOT be associated to addiction as strongly as we once thought. Plus, a call to parents to “flip your focus” and the 3 keys to developing character that every teen needs.
Yes, vaping can damage developing bodies. More here on the recent discoveries, the differences between cigarettes and vapes…as well as steps parents can take to talk with their teens openly about vaping.
It can be very difficult to quit cocaine, especially when you are face-to-face with cravings. But if you’re dealing with cocaine abuse issues and thinking about quitting…there is no better time than NOW! We’ll help guide you on what you can expect. More in this article on HOW TO and HOW NOT TO quit cocaine … with a section at the end for your questions.
Nicotine is addictive! Read more here about the nature of nicotine addiction, its signs and symptoms, as well as ways to address it.
It is not an easy task to discuss a sensitive subject such as addiction with your boss. How do you start the conversation? Read here how you can safely present the news about your drug addiction problem to your employer.