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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Negative Consequences of Drunk or Drugged Driving

Driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs has been the major cause of injuries and deaths on the road. A lot of people might have raised the question of which between the two is worse. To be direct to the point, neither is safe to do. Even if s...

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Meditation Therapy for Substance Abuse

For patients diagnosed with substance abuse disorder, it might be difficult to find the right Substance Disorder Treatment to help you cope. Luckily, we might have a solution. Meditation has become a popular practice in recent years due to its many h...

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Comorbidities in Borderline Personality Disorder

The National Institute of Mental Health defines a borderline personality disorder as “an illness marked by an ongoing pattern of varying moods, self-image, and behavior.” Individuals who have been diagnosed with a borderline personality disorder ...

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Long-Term “Game Plan” for Overcoming Addiction

Majority of people who engage in addictive practices and go on to develop actual addictions find that overcoming it is a lot more challenging than they anticipated. However, it’s not impossible. We at WCAP Counseling a professional provider of trus...

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What NOT to Say to Someone Struggling with a Drug Addiction

Knowing what the right thing is to say to a friend or loved one who is struggling with an addiction can be tricky. If you’re like most people, you probably mean well by the things you say. However, what people often don’t realize is that their co...

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Trauma and PTSD: Ways to Help Your Loved Ones Cope

Post-traumatic stress disorder can be overwhelming for anyone who suffers from it. It can take a heavy toll on relationships and affect the whole family. The symptoms of PTSD make a person moody and distant from their loved ones, but you can help the...

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