The Untold Secret to Building Self Esteem

Well it's been an interesting ride back home. Seventeen hours on the luxury liner, going home, known as Greyhound. Sat next to two guys who just got released from prison, one one Federal, one state. One 18 years, one ten. The guy to my right was on the phone the whole way, orchestrating drug deals.... Continue Reading →

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Incredible Facts About Legal Marijuana

Marijuana is the most frequently used illicit drug in the USA. After alcohol and tobacco, marijuana is the most frequently used drug in the USA. Marijuana might be the next mega-industry in the United States. Legal marijuana is already beginning to impact alcohol sales also. Legal Marijuana will impact Addiction Treatment in several ways. Marijuana... Continue Reading →

Generalized Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is more than the normal anxiety people experience day to day. It’s chronic and exaggerated worry and tension, even though nothing seems to provoke it. Having this disorder means always anticipating disaster, often worrying excessively about health, money, family, or work. Sometimes, though, the source of the worry is hard to... Continue Reading →

An inside look at America’s war on Drugs

At the broadest level, the past half-century taught me that drugs aren’t just drugs, drug dealers aren’t just “pushers,” and drug users aren’t just “junkies” (that is, outcasts of no consequence). Illicit medications are major worldwide commodities that continue to steadily influence US politics, both national and international. And our drug wars create profitable covert... Continue Reading →

Big Pharma and the Opioid epidemic

An historic trial starts today in Oklahoma. It will be the first major test in the nation of whether a state can make a pharmaceutical company pay for the opioid epidemic.  Oklahoma Attorney General Mike Hunter has has already won major settlements from two drug companies: $270 million from Purdue Pharma, the maker of OxyContin, and another $85 million... Continue Reading →

Judge temporarily Blocks Trump Wall funding

The preliminary injunction halts a $1 billion transfer of Pentagon counterdrug funding toward barrier construction. A federal judge has partially blocked President Donald Trump’s plan to fund construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. The preliminary injunction issued Friday immediately halts a $1 billion transfer of Pentagon counterdrug funding to cover expansions and enhancement... Continue Reading →

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