Mental Health

Depression and addiction can make for a challenging recovery. It is important to find ways of managing the two at once. It may be difficult to understand the causal relationship between depression and addiction, but they coexist in many people’s lives during their journey through recovery.

Many addicts who are in recovery will tell you that they started treating their addiction, but later realized that there was a significant mental health issue as well.

In order to overcome one problem without reverting back into another, you need an understanding of how each affects your life as well as what might help them both simultaneously. As you do, you will discover how your overall quality of living will improve with time and sobriety.

Mental Health Resources

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Bipolar Disorder Quiz

Do you ever feel as though you have no control over your emotions? It can be difficult to pinpoint why …

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Am I an Alcoholic?

Have you ever asked yourself, “do I have a drinking problem?”. If so, it is important to know how to …

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Mental health

Why Is Mental Illness So Prevalent In Young Adults Nowadays?

It can be disconcerting to see young and otherwise physically healthy people in distress from mental health issues. Many pundits …

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Depression or Addiction; What Came First?

It is common for depression or addiction to occur side by side. In fact, many people in recovery will tell you that …

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The Top 5 Most Common Mental Illnesses

Most people have no hesitation when it comes to telling their boss that they can’t come in to work because …

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Substance Abuse and Self-Harm

Substance abuse can lead to other, more violent methods of self-harm. As the mental impact of substance abuse escalates, the …

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Drug Addiction and Mental Health

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Issues Roughly 50 percent of individuals with severe mental disorders experience some form of substance abuse.[1] Furthermore, nearly …

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