What is Mojo? The Growing Popularity Behind This Synthetic Drug

The scariest part of the epidemic however, is the blind eye adolescents seem to be turning to the reality of its danger.

Drunk Driving Decreases as Drug Driving on the Rise

While substance abuse is directly detrimental to the user's health and overall well-being, the issue becomes a societal hazard when it involves driving.

You Are Who Your Friends Are: The Importance of Peer Influence

If you're out with a group of friends who drink alcohol or abuse substances, there's a high chance that your usage will increase without even thinking about it.

What Is Synthetic Marijuana?

For many people living in the 48 U.S. states where marijuana is not legal for recreational use, synthetic marijuana has become popular over the last few years.

Addiction from the Outside Looking in

One writer expresses her thoughts and deep remorse for seeing recent addiction-related deaths among celebrity.

Devil's Breath: What Is It and Should We Be Afraid?

Devil's Breath may be a new topic of discussion in the media, but the drug has been around for years.

What Is Rock Bottom?

When it comes to addiction recovery, the words "rock bottom" can have hundreds of definitions.

Tips from an Insider: Getting the Best out of Rehab

Rehabilitation centers are wonderful establishments and were created in the best interests of people who need tools and support to help them get sober.

How to Establish Healthy Boundaries in Relationships

Setting boundaries can be difficult work, but can lead to more supportive relationships and a more fulfilling life.

The Power of Thought Stopping

Thought stopping can be an effective tool during particularly stressful periods of life, or when known addiction triggers present themselves.