Pinned Down by Substance Use Disorder

Pins that I will be using to share my Walden research on substance use disorder's impact on children and families
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10 things teachers should know about trauma...common sense and practical tips for everyone.

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know

10 Things About Childhood Trauma Every Teacher Needs to Know --Truthfully, this easily applies to adults as well.

The word “Alcohol” comes from the Arabic “al-kuhl” which means “BODY EATING SPIRIT”

The beer, wine, and spirits industry is everywhere. An irreplaceable part of cultures worldwide, and gigantic source of revenue for multi-national companies, you can choose to

The Behavioral Health Continuum Model Good summary of occurrence and prevention initiatives with links to research SAMHSA

youth and drug abuse essay Prevention of Substance Abuse and Mental Illness

Interesting article about the stress of living with, and losing, an alcoholic husband. Surviving an Alcoholic - NYTimes.com

Surviving an Alcoholic

alcoholism essays Surviving an Alcoholic - The New York Times

The REAL Cause of Addiction – a Reply to The Huffington Post

An interesting article that helps uncover the truth about cocaine & crack. Debunking Common Myths about Crack & Cocaine

By Jeanene Swanson   No one said recovery would be easy. And for the majority of addicts and alcoholics, detox is just the beginning.  While addiction specialists may know about post-acute wit

By Jeanene Swanson No one said recovery would be easy. And for the majority of addicts and alcoholics, detox is just the beginning. While addiction specialists may know about post-acute wit

Meet alcohol, the drug making people run around nude and collapse in the streets.

Imagine if the media covered alcohol like other drugs

The three deadliest drugs in America are all totally legal Updated by German Lopez on May 2014

“I’ll just come out for one drink.” Oh how we repeatedly kid ourselves. It’s good to see that many of us have faith that we can call upon willpower to turn down the offer of just one more, but often it seems we should resign ourselves to the fact that it rarely is just the one cheeky beverage. But what drives alcohol-seeking behavior? Scientists seem to be slowly unraveling this story.

Stay Updated With Ekene Updates: Scientists Identify The Neurons That Influence Alc.

Left behind by addict parents, tens of thousands of youngsters flood the nation’s foster-care system; grandparents become moms and dads again

The Children of the Opioid Crisis

The Children of the Opiod Crisis: Left behind by addict parents, tens of thousands of youngsters flood the nation’s foster-care system; grandparents become moms and dads again

2016 has been rough. But let's not get back into the habit of disconnecting drug

let's not get back into the habit of disconnecting drug abuse and addiction from mental health issues.

When Addiction Wins: Support for Grieving Families

When Addiction Wins: Support for Grieving Families - Cathy Taughinbaugh

People who relapse during recovery often feel humiliated and shamed. It's time for a change - "slips" are a natural part of the recovery process.

Repeat after me: relapse does not make you weak. It's proof you are trying. It's proof you can do it, and have done it.

Addiction runs in families. Children born with certain genes or in risky environments are more likely to abuse drugs, but no one is destined for addiction.

Children born into families with a history of or are at increased risks for substance use disorders later in life.

The Opposite of Addiction Interesting perspective on substance use disorder, stigma and connection.

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Infographic - Risk Factors for Addiction or Substance Use Disorder

Infographic - Risk Factors for Addiction or Substance Use Disorder

Traumatic Childhood Experiences Linked to Substance Abuse in Adulthood

A new study suggests adults who were victims of sexual and/or physical abuse in childhood, or who witnessed chronic parental violence, are at greatly increased risk of substance use.

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