Grieving the loss of addiction

Blog: Grieving the loss of addiction

August 18, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

As an addict in recovery, you may not expect to actually grieve for your addiction – but you likely will. And you will be grieving for more than just the drug and the lifestyle it came with. Know what to expect, so you can be better prepared.

New Trend in London has Meth Addiction Rising in Gay Community

Blog: New Trend in London has Meth Addiction Rising in Gay Community

August 15, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Known as ‘slamming’, men in London’s gay scene are turning to meth as their new ‘party drug’. But the side effects are grim; rising rates of HIV, HepC and meth addiction have officials calling it a public health epidemic.

Web Junkies - a Cause for Concern in China

Blog: Web Junkies - a Cause for Concern in China

August 14, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

New documentary “Web Junkies” is the first in-depth look at the internet culture phenomenon in China and how it is affecting youth, families, and the country as a whole.

Sex Addiction Proven to be Real

Blog: Sex Addiction Proven to be Real

August 13, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

While sex addiction has yet to be officially classified as a “real” addiction, new brain research shows that sex can indeed affect the brain in the same way as drug and alcohol - leading to addiction.

Heroin Addicted Elephants Treated and Released Sober

Blog: Heroin Addicted Elephants Treated and Released Sober

August 11, 2014 | Written by : Alastair Mordey

Addiction doesn’t discriminate. These elephants would do anything for their next heroin fix. Never before faced with this issue, elephant rehabilitation specialists were at first unsure what to do...

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