Borderline Personality Disorde...

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a serious mental health issue manifest by continuous unsteadiness in moods, behaviour, functioning and self-image. These experiences frequently result in unstable relationships and impulsive action. An individual with BPD may meet extreme scenes of anger, misery, and uneasiness that may last from just a couple of hours to days. Borderline […]

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Substance Abuse Statistics

Substance abuse means to the harmful or unsafe use of psychoactive substances, including illicit drugs and alcohol. Psychoactive substance use can prompt to dependence disorder; a group of behavioural, physiological, cognitive phenomenon that create after frequent substance use and that normally incorporate a powerful urge to take the drug, challenges in controlling its use, holding […]

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Borderline Personality Disorde...

Borderline personality disorder or BPD is mostly known to occur among women and rarely seen in men. It is a disorder that characterizes high emotionality, sensitivity and unstable patterns of relationships. Men express BPD symptoms differently from women, this is one of the reasons it gets misunderstood. It has been suggested by studies that women […]

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Substance Abuse Disorder

Substance abuse disorder is when an individual engages in a harmful intake of a substance or drug, affecting various areas of life. Due to the substance abuse the individual fails to function effectively in their personal, professional and social areas of life. Identifying the symptoms at an early stage can enable a quicker recovery. Here […]

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Borderline Personality Disorde...

Do you have someone in your life who, most of the time, have terrible mood fluctuations, multiple unstable relationships, always feel empty and impulsive? Are these affecting their personal and professional life? You may consider seeking a professional opinion as these are primary symptoms of borderline personality disorder or BPD. Here are few questions that […]

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Stay Sober At New Years

 

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Mostly New Years is all about drinking and raising toasts, let’s take a look a few ways to welcome the New Year staying sober

New Year’s Eve is one of the booziest times of the year. This is one of the most challenging times for people who want to stay sober. Just the mere thought of New Year’s Eve can cause panic especially for people recovering from alcohol or drug addiction.

Whether you are working to maintain your sobriety after quitting drugs or alcohol, or if you are trying to help a friend or family member avoid substance abuse on the coming holiday, let us explore a few ways to achieve a drug and alcohol free new year.

  1. New year is not all about getting high & drunk:

Most people consider that new year party is all about getting high as possible and getting totally drunk. It’s not all about that. You could welcome the new year with friends and family staying sober.

  1. Attend or host your own party: 

‘Dance Dance Party Party’ is the brainchild of NYC dance-party denizens Marcy Girt and Glennis McMurray. It was created as an alternative to the ungodly cover charges and detestably boozy milieus of the city’s popular nightclub hotspots. The rules of DDPP are simple: No Boys. No booze. No judgment.

Although you may have heard of that here in India, but it’s pretty simple of have one of the same concept.

  1. Travel to a new destination: 

Make new year as a chance to travel to a place of your choice and enjoy exploring a new place with good buddies or just by yourself. Just by changing the environment may help lessen the stress of staying sober.

  1. Host a concept party:

You could host a party that could be a game night or a mocktail party. Or choose a theme that you en

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