We live within a society were we rely heavily on technology, whether it be using our laptops to tablets to satellite navigation within our cars to get from point A to point B and of course our phones. When we look back when we were younger or even at our parents and grandparents day, we … Continue reading Preventing or ending a phone addiction – yes, it’s a real thing!!
There is a lot of stigma towards mental illness but I was involved in a situation where I felt it firsthand.
It doesn’t matter how many times I have to pass or say no when someone asks me if I want a drink – it’s always hard and it’s always awkward. Peer pressure isn’t just in high school folks.
I tried to remember what it felt like for my family to be whole. I wondered if I would ever feel that way again.
Time To Change is a U.K. based organization to help end the stigma and discrimination against mental illness. Their web-site provides information and links to help those who want to get involved, whether they've been personally affected by mental illness or not. The web-site provides resources such as pamphlets, booklets, posters, and more to help … Continue reading Time To Change – U.K.
Before doing something impulsively, many of us are able to control our urge to want to do it. However, those who suffer froma impulse control disorder (or ICD) cannot - putting them at higher risk for harming themselves or others. Some formal ICDs include: pathological gambling (PG), kleptomania, trichotillomania (TTM), compulsive skin picking, and more. … Continue reading Impulse Control Disorders (ICD)
Ah - it's finally Friday! Which means it's finally the weekend. The thing we've been most excited for all week. As the weekend approaches, this usually means that most of us will hvae a drink, or a few. But if you're one of those people who are partaking in consuming alcohol, I"ll be giving a … Continue reading How to drink responsibly
According to Google, gambling is when you “take risky action in the hope of a desired result”.
Here are some ways to gamble safely.
It can be quiet difficult to identify when an individual is suffering from a Gambling Addiction. A Gambling Addiction can be referred to as a hidden illness, as an individual can display no obvious symptoms or physical signs compared to other addictions. Initially we may not want to believe our loved one or someone we know … Continue reading Gambling Addiction Warning Signs