Cognitive Behavioral Therapy f...

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an effective treatment for depression. Unlike any other psychotherapy CBT is short term (time limited) and treatment focused. Problem behaviors and thinking are identified, prioritized, and are addressed.   People with depression commonly have a strong negative belief about:   Self: People who are experiencing depression generally has an unfavorable […]

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Drug Addiction Rehabilitation ...

Drug addiction is one of the hard life sufferings for the drug addicts and also for the ones around them. No doubt, it is a tough situation to see your loved one abusing drugs badly and at times you may feel helpless too. But it is never impossible to help them get out of it. […]

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Effects of Drug Addiction

A number of reasons spike when you question as to why people get addicted to the Drugs. Some of them simply use it to see what it feels like while others take it to come out of their depression and stress problems. No matter what is the reason, the use of drugs can eventually lead […]

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Bipolar Disorder in Children

Is your child suddenly bursting with energy and active than other kids their age? Does your child suddenly feel depressed and have no interest in anything at all? Do other people say your child is too excited or too moody? Does he or she talk really fast about a lot of different things or talk nothing […]

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My Drug Addiction Stories

Am Mohan (name changed), I have been a cannabis user for the past 10 years. This is my story on how I got my life back to the normal track, what made me become an addict and what helped me recover. Am going to share my experience with all the readers. Want to see my […]

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Devastating Young Lives

27april-BlogDuring teenage, life turns out to be quite challenging as it is the transition phase from childhood to adulthood. Teenagers, even trying out a new drug, can get them addicted to drugs and alcohol. It is because teenagers are more experimental in nature, and they like trying out anything thst seems new and exciting to them.

Importance of Learning from Peers and Media

Out of many, peer pressure one of the commonest reasons for drug addiction in teens. The fear of being tagged “uncool” drives them to drugs and other substance their friends ask them to try. When they see similar things in the movies and sitcoms, where the fun part is focussed more than the negative impact, the teens get mislead, and they don’t fear from substance abuse.

Factors that Influence Teenagers to Get Addicted

The environment at home often plays a role in determining addiction. Children who stay in a depressive and stressed environment or have parents with addiction have a chance of being addicted to drugs. Exposure to some traumatic experience of witnessing an accident or sudden death of a loved one at an early age can also contribute to it. Most teenagers drink because it makes them feel good, or when they have nothing to do to kill their boredom.

Consequences of Drug and Alcohol Abuse among Teenagers

The alcohol addiction can often indulge in risky behaviour such as rash driving which can often put their life at risk. It can also be linked to early sexual intercourse, acquaintance rape and teenage pregnancies. Most of the teenagers get addicted to alcohol or other drugs without knowing much about it, and they face the risk of death due to drug overdose.

There are several consequences of getting addicted to drugs and alcohol. Studies suggest that it can affect their cardiovascular system and brain. It affects their academics and other activities, and can often lead them to criminal activities like, theft, murders, rape, etc.

A Helping Hands from Parents

Parents can helps them from staying far from addiction. Parents often fail to notice the signs of addiction among their children. Parents, along with their children, can resolve depression, violence and bullying, which often leads them to addiction. Confronting their children could help them from getting addicted to drugs and alcohol. Teens can learn much about addiction and their consequences from their parents.

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