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Keep a Safe Distance From Former Substance-Abusing Friends

“Distance has the same effect on the mind as on the eye.” – Samuel Johnson, English author, poet, essayist, lexicographer (1709-1784) Think of looking at something that’s off in the distance. You feel safe, because you are far removed from its presence and not affected by its action or inaction. Your eye transmits the image

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Are You Married to Porn?

If you are the spouse of someone with an Internet pornography addiction, your self-worth has probably suffered. Wives and lovers will often blame themselves for their partner’s sexual addiction problem. Spouses will compare their own bodies to the unreasonably perfect images the porn addict is viewing online. As there is no way that anyone could

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Eating Disorders in Midlife

Eating disorders are often believed to be an adolescent disease, affecting only girls in their teen years and striking mostly white females in higher socioeconomic neighborhoods. In recent years, however, many other population groups are showing that they, too, suffer from eating disorders. Children are increasingly being diagnosed with eating disorders, and males of all

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Genetic Connections to Drinking and Driving May Impact Studies of Repeat Drunk Drivers

For some who consume alcohol and then drive a car, a recent study says that genetics may be partly to blame for the life-endangering behavior. While the study findings certainly don’t serve as an excuse for the behavior, they may encourage more studies into the reasons people repeat crimes like drunk driving.

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Are You a Workaholic?

If you’re working way too many hours, you might be in danger of becoming a workaholic. What started off as an admirable effort to get ahead may have become a progressively time-consuming and obsessive compulsion that veers into the area of work addiction. How do you know if you are a workaholic? Here are some

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