Unlike other narcotics that have psychoactive effects and increased risks for addiction, these dangerous street drugs have effects that are straight out of some horror movie.
Obviously, illicit drugs are dangerous. There’s the risk of addiction, coupled with a wide range of negative short and long term effects. However, many people around the world are also addicted to what you can consider as the world’s most dangerous drugs because they have imminent and even instant effects that are truly sinister. Read More
Addiction codependency is not as talked about much as addiction itself. However, the two do together and are involved in a mutually destructive cycle as both the addicts and the codependents develop maladaptive coping strategies.
When it comes to family, marriage, and relationships, part of it all is love, devotion, working through obstacles and sharing burdens together. However, when it comes to addiction codependency, sharing the burden of addiction can do more harm than good. Read More
These days, sexy can mean so many different things. For some, sexy means being confident in your own skin. For others, sexy is about the curves, the six-pack, the toned muscles, the skimpy bikinis, or even the smarts. However, social media has redefined what it is to be sexy as every photo posted could probably be photoshopped, filtered, and packaged to garner more likes. It can be easy to lose perspective on what it is to really be sexy.
What you may not realize, however, is that sober people have many qualities that make them sexy–without the photoshop and filters. Read More
In a mutual thrust to promote responsible gaming, Bridges of Hope partners with PAGCOR
Gambling in the Philippines can be considered as an integral part of its culture since probably the sixteenth century, when the Spanish colonized the archipelago. Today, many forms of legal–and illegal–gambling is riddled in almost every barangay throughout the country. Read More
Adderall is a prescription drug that, while beneficial for certain conditions, is still widely abused throughout the globe, especially by students. While it is prescribed for those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), may people abuse it due to the psychoactive effects of the drug. Read More
Do you want to stop drinking alcohol? Has anyone expressed their concern or suggested you stop drinking? Has alcohol come between you and your health, relationships, job, and other priorities? Or has it become your primary priority day in and day out? If your answer is “Yes” to one or more of the questions above, then you may have a drinking problem that needs to be addressed.
To help you out, here are 10 steps to stop drinking alcohol. Read More