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Tag Archives: alcohol
When Sober is the New Black came out in 2014, it forced people to rethink their drinking. The COVID-19 lockdowns had this same effect on many people. Now, more than ever, it seems more people want to explore sobriety.
Game night has for the longest time been associated with snacks and booze. But you can have just as much fun at a sober event – maybe even more so – as one where alcohol is consumed. Here are just … Continue reading
Alcoholism and alcohol abuse both refer to problems with alcohol consumption, but they’re not the same. What is the difference between these, and how do you know which one you’re dealing with? Find out more about these different types of … Continue reading
Your mouth is dry, your head is pounding, and the nausea has stopped you in your tracks. Although these symptoms may present themselves as the worst flu bug you’ve ever had, in most situations, if you had a few too … Continue reading
You’ve undoubtedly heard about second hand smoking, but what about second hand drinking? Second hand drinking is a rather advanced concept, but when understood, it makes absolute sense.
Is there a difference between an emotional drinker and an alcoholic? Both are very similar, but one tends to lead into the other. Here’s what you need to know.
April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and this year’s theme, Help for Today, Hope for Tomorrow, is a national effort to draw attention to the many opportunities people, families, and communities have and can use to educate young people on the … Continue reading
Mardi Gras may have a reputation for being one of the biggest partying days of the year, but that isn’t how it started out. Originally, it was a religious occasion, corresponding with the last day before the start of Lent, … Continue reading
There is no “one type” of alcoholic. In fact, the stereotype of an alcoholic is very unlikely to be true. Studies have shown that wealthy and successful professionals may be the most likely to drink. Addiction can run in very … Continue reading
These days, young children are exposed to conflicting messages about drugs and alcohol from an early age. In some cases, drugs and alcohol are glorified as being fun and exciting, while at other times, they are condemned for being unhealthy and … Continue reading