Coping with anxiety without alcohol can be a real challenge. This is true especially when you’re used to getting intoxicated before performing or speaking in front of a crowd. So, how do you get over it? Find out below.
For some people, being around a huge crowd or being on a stage, or simply just facing others, can be a big source of anxiety. Overcoming this can be a challenge, and many may turn to alcohol to give them some sort of “liquid courage.” Many may feel inadequate or lack confidence, and by getting themselves intoxicated, they can be less inhibited and more at ease. Read More
There are 7 deadly cancers that are related to frequent drinking and high amounts of alcohol, specifically alcohol abuse. Find out and see if these can finally convince you to let go of your drinking habit for good.
What many people may not know is that alcohol is, in fact, classified as a Group 1 carcinogen and is cited as one of the leading causes of 7 deadly cancers. Cutting down, or even staying sober for good, can greatly lower your risk. Read More
Marriage is hard work–even more so when you have an addicted spouse. When your husband or wife is addicted to drugs, alcohol or behavior, the addiction almost always take center stage to your marriage. So, what do you do?
Having a spouse who is in active addiction can be extremely difficult. Your days can be filled with uncertainty and dysfunction. You may get into situations you never thought you’d be in when you said “I do.” After all, when you married your spouse, you never signed up for the chaos and trauma their addiction brings. Read More
Postpartum depression can cause some mothers to resort to drugs and alcohol as a form of self-medication. This can lead on substance abuse, which may later on develop into addiction.
Motherhood, especially for first-time moms, can be filled with so many unexpected challenges. Even for those who have had multiple births can find that each baby also brings different challenges, as not all babies and situations are the same. Read More