Can being alone be beneficial?

Can being alone be beneficial?

It’s often said that loneliness can kill. It’s something people often forget but loneliness can absolutely be a bad thing. Loneliness and isolation have been linked to high blood pressure, anxiety, depression, and sometimes even death. It’s reasonable to assume that being alone isn’t such a good thing. However, being alone and being lonely aren’t necessarily the same things.

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Understanding the language behind addiction

Understanding the language behind addiction

Going for treatment for an addiction can be a frightening, embarrassing, and frustrating process. One thing it does not have to be, however, is confusing. Most things that will happen should be clearly laid out and explained, some even before a person checks in to a treatment facility. There will be a lot of language thrown out there, that may or may not be familiar, and these words will be used frequently in treatment. Here’s some common terms and meaning in the language of addiction.

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How to manage children who act out!

How to manage children who act out!

Being a parent today can be challenging, especially when managing Millennials. As time passes, more complex issues will arise when matters are left ignored during their adolescence. Often parents will seek intervention for their child when it is too late. By that point, the child may have turned to bad company for comfort, abusing substance to relieve stress or they may have shut down emotionally and physically from their loved ones.

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What does love mean to you?

What does love mean to you?

Poets, philosophers and scientists have been trying to solve the great mystery of what love is. So far no one have been able to adequately describe it’s ephemeral and powerful nature, but all have been able to touch on some aspects of it.

Let’s look at some of the basic aspects of love to learn more about what it is, and how you can see the love in your relationship and others. It might shock or surprise.

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