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From Concern To Causation: How To Avoid Contributing To Your Teenager's Anxiety And Get Them The Help They Need

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As the parent of a teenager, you probably face a number of obstacles, perhaps even on a daily basis. If your teen has anxiety, though, the obstacles you, the teen, and the whole family must face take on a completely different level of intensity. Anxiety ranges from mild to debilitating, but no matter the degree your family is dealing with, you must, as a parent, make sure your concern doesn’t translate into any causation.…

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Three Steps to Overcoming Alcohol Addiction

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It takes a lot of self-knowledge and courage to admit you have a drinking problem. If you feel like your drinking has gotten out of control, you may be suffering from alcoholism. Your alcohol addiction doesn’t have to be permanent, though. Here are three steps you can take to stop your problem drinking: 1. Be honest about the extent of your problem. When people think of alcoholics, they often think of someone who can’t hold down a job; they may even think of a homeless person.…

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