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Family Roles in Addiction: The Six Types

Addiction is a serious issue that affects many individuals and their families. While it can be an overwhelming experience, understanding the roles family members may

What is Dismissive Avoidant Attachment?

Dismissive avoidant attachment is an attachment style that people develop when they have experienced unresponsive or unavailable caregivers during childhood; it can also be linked

Can Adderall Cause Anxiety?

Anxiety and attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are separate conditions but they come as a package deal for a lot of people. It’s common for people

What Is Fearful Avoidant Attachment?

In attachment theory, fearful avoidant attachment is one of the types. Attachment theory is a theory about bonding and relationships. Its focus is primarily on

Social Drinking vs. Alcoholism

Sometimes, it feels as though the line between alcoholism and drinking socially can be a gray area; what happens when drinking socially turns into a

Is Valium Addictive?

Valium belongs to a class of drugs known as benzodiazepines. Valium, and other drugs like it, increase the effect of a neurotransmitter in the central

The Dangers of Mixing Ambien and Alcohol

A report by the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) revealed that almost 3 out of every 10 Americans suffer from insomnia. On top of

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