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Author Archives: Louise Savoie

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Reasons Why People “Fall Off the Wagon”

There are various reasons why a person falls off the wagon. These include: Disorganization Lack of foresight Emotional regulation issues A few examples may be: You avoided addressing a subject until it turned into an urgent problem. You had an argume...

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Getting Back on Track After Breaking a Good Habit Streak

We’ve all done this before. We spend weeks trying out a new habit but about halfway through the fourth week, we break the streak. Breaking a streak can cause significant damage to your progress and can push you to go back into old habits. This is w...

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Common Mistakes That Lead to Relapse

Substance abuse is beyond an addiction. Patients may consistently feel like they have a craving that can’t seem to be satisfied — this is the struggle that they are enduring every single day. People who are oblivious to this may never know the st...

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Unhealthy Habits That Are Harmful to Mental Health

One of the biggest mistakes that any person could ever make is neglecting mental health. They only give importance to it when it is already compromised. Unfortunately, mental health problems can lead to fatal consequences. Before the situation gets a...

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The Impact of Domestic Violence on Individuals

Domestic abuse and family violence can greatly affect an individual’s life. It can tear up every aspect of one’s life in ways unimaginable. According to studies, one in 3 women experiences sexual or physical abuse or both, caused by someone they ...

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Does Bipolar Disorder Worsen as You Age?

Bipolar disorder is a mental health problem that causes wide fluctuations in mood and energy levels. The symptoms of this mental health disorder appear at any age, but most people experience them during their late teens or early adolescence. Mood swi...

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