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International Women’s Day: Most domestic violence cases are dismissed, leaving the victim vulnerable
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Looking at the important role that women play in the society, authorities and various organizations need to sit up and create an atmosphere where they feel safe and respected. Thus, a concerted effort is needed to address women-related issues like femicide, sexual harassment and domestic violence so that women are accorded the respect and recognition […]


“I was, point blank, just drinking too much!”: Chrissy Teigen on her struggle with alcohol
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A beloved celebrity known for her straightforward answers, actor Chrissy Teigen opened up about her struggle with alcohol abuse, in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan. Talking about her past troubles with alcohol, Teigen said that she “was, point blank, just drinking too much.” The model and cookbook author also revealed that there is a history […]


Postpartum PTSD quite common in new mothers
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Alisha (name changed) got anxious after she gave birth to a baby boy. For months, she suffered unexplained anxiety and was plagued by the fear that something would harm her child. Following the birth of her son, Alisha would often panic for no reason and obsessively watch her son to ensure his safety. The 30-year-old […]


The demographics of those most at risk of self-harm
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  Nonsuicidal self-injury, often simply called self-injury, is the act of deliberately harming the surface of your own body such as cutting or burning yourself. It’s typically not intended as a suicide attempt. Rather, this type of self-injury is an unhealthy way to cope with emotional pain, intense anger and frustration. However, repeated self-harm is […]


Arizona governor to increase access to treatment drugs for inmates
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Getting access to addiction treatment in jails is not easy for the inmates. To address this problem, Arizona Governor Doug Doucey recently issued an executive order to make drug Vivitrol, often used in addiction treatment, more widely available to inmates in jails and prisons in Arizona. In January 2017, the governor outlined several steps that […]


Hear them ROAR: Sovereign Health of Chandler creates a milieu of DBT-informed care
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On Jan. 9, 2017, Sovereign Health of Chandler, Arizona, launched “Rebuilding Our Acceptance & Resilience” (ROAR). ROAR offers comprehensive behavioral health treatment to women using dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)-informed as well as trauma-informed care. ROAR is designed to serve women with intense emotional dysregulation and is noteworthy for having all staff members trained in DBT […]


Research supports recovery-oriented systems of care
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According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), a recovery-oriented system of care (ROSC) is “a coordinated network of community-based services and supports that is person-centered and builds on the strengths and resiliencies of individuals, families and communities to achieve abstinence and improved health, wellness, and quality of life for those with […]


When you lose a child to addiction
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Few things in life are more devastating or traumatic than losing a child. When addiction or another stigmatizing illness is the culprit, you might also feel guilt, anger and shame. Unfortunately, drug and alcohol overdose deaths are all too common, and parents lose their children to this terrible disease every year. In 2014, 25,760 Americans […]


Breaking free from guilt after relinquishing child for adoption
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It might be easy to advise women not to feel guilty after relinquishing a child for adoption. No one person is responsible for an unplanned pregnancy or the social situation surrounding it. Under very difficult circumstances, relinquishing mothers demonstrate incredible love and respect for their babies by their selfless actions. They give their babies life […]


Parents in recovery: Learn self-care
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Parents in recovery for substance abuse or mental illness face many day-to-day stresses —managing their symptoms, maintaining their relationships, working, attending self-help meetings, taking care of their children, parenting and other aspects of their lives. The recovery process for parents can be challenging as parents learn how to take care of themselves and the needs […]


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