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Recovery from Boredom

Craving an interesting life During the long trek toward sustained sobriety, persistent and sustained boredom is unquestionably the feeling state that ...

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Techno Addiction vs. Our Human Needs

Is "ease of communication" blocking us from happiness? The headline for the cover story in Newsweek magazine of July 16, 2012 blares iCrazy: Panic. Depression. Psychosis. ...

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Addiction: A Matter of Choice?

High levels of dopamine take the freedom out of free choicea Nobody chooses to be addicted. But as people become increasingly hooked, they ...

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Eight Surprising Parallels Between Food and Drug Addictions

Food may be just as addictive as drugs or alcohol. Although the jury is still out, a growing body of evidence ...

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Not All Abusers Are Created Equal

Pathology is often the missing piece when looking at the domestic violence or a Just as not all victims are the ...

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Does Willpower Play a Role in Addiction Recovery?

We tend to oversimplify concepts such as powerlessness and willpower. By now, the research is clear: Addiction is a chronic brain disease, not a matter ...

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Dependent Variables

Do behavioral addictions really exist? Earlier this week, I attended and was the opening speaker at the 1st International Conference on ...

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Relapse

Relapse does not have to be part of addiction recovery. Generally, when an addict is sent to or voluntarily enters treatment, ...

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Neuroplasticity and Addiction Recovery

Understanding how the brain heals creates new treatment options for addicts. We used to think that the brain, once damaged, could ...

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Whither Willpower?

Addiction and Self-Control More Generally Addiction is confusing.  Both to the addict, as we're told.  And of course also to those around the addict. AA’s ...

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