8 Tips to Support a Friend or Loved One with an Alcohol Problem If you’re concerned about someone else’s drinking . . .
This is the first of a series of moderate drinking posts. If you’ve come here after searching on this issue, . . .
Most people resolve their difficulties with alcohol, cocaine, heroin, and nicotine on their own, without professional help. However, research shows that behavior change happens slowly, and more support is needed to speed the self-guided change process.
4 Key Takeaways From A Landmark Study On Developmental Disabilities Caused By Drinking During Pregnancy
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASDs) remain the most preventable birth defects worldwide, but FASDs still occur at an alarming rate in many areas.
That you ask this question suggests that you (or others) have some concerns about your drinking.
One of the first steps in learning how to moderate or stop drinking so much is to determine how . . .