Alcohol Misuse Leads to Dependence

So what if you have two or three drinks at dinner with friends? You’re just being social. Oh, that one time you got blackout drunk at a party? You just like to have a good time. You’ve had a drink after dinner every night this week? You’ve just been super stressed lately from work/school/your relationship and need it to unwind so you can sleep. These … Continue reading Alcohol Misuse Leads to Dependence

Medical Bills Don’t Always Have to Bring More Pain

Receiving medical bills can bring more pain than the initial hospital visit and can present a big problem for Americans today. Medical debt is the No. 1 reason people file for bankruptcy, according to the National Bankruptcy Forum on medical debt statistics. Per capita, out of all other countries, the U.S. spends more on health care per person, and it results with one in 10 … Continue reading Medical Bills Don’t Always Have to Bring More Pain

It Might Be OCD

We’re all human. Generally, everyone has fears, anxieties, and worries every now and then. It’s a part of life to be concerned with day-to-day situations such as health, family, and simply surviving. Even having occasional disruptive thoughts can be common for the average individual within society. However, imagine having these same internal experiences on an entirely different level, to the point that everyday life is … Continue reading It Might Be OCD

Loving in Someone Else’s Language

How do you want to be loved? Maybe you’ve never thought about how to love someone or how you want love to be shown toward you. It is helpful to be aware of your love language when in a relationship, but it’s also important to know your partner’s. Every person understands and receives love in a specific language, one of five to be precise. You … Continue reading Loving in Someone Else’s Language