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Learn more about co-occurring disorders and how dual diagnosis affects alcoholism and alcohol addiction treatment.  These articles go over the effects of alcohol in the brain, how sometimes an underlying mental health issue can cause, or be caused by, alcohol addiction, how to treat co-occurring disorders, the importance of dual diagnosis, and various specific co-occurring disorders that we often see with alcoholism.

Alcoholic Narcissists Can Make Life Miserable
Damaging Effects of Living with an Alcoholic Narcissist Which came first, your loved one's alcoholism, or narcissistic personality...
Alcohol and Suicidal Thoughts: The Terrifying Statistics - Alcohol and Suicide - Alcohol Suicide
Alcohol Suicide Words like addiction, alcoholism, alcohol abuse, fatalities, drunk driving, recovery and treatment are the most commonly associated words with alcohol. However suicide...
Social Anxiety Drinking: Does Alcohol Cause More Stress?
Alcohol's Power In Social Interactions Social anxiety can be a very debilitating condition for some people. Some individuals turn to alcohol to find relief...
Depression And Alcoholism
Co-Occurring Alcoholism & Depression Mental health issues are often a major contributing factor in alcoholism. Recovery from alcohol addiction must incorporate treatments to treat...
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Depression and Alcohol Abuse, What you need to know A true “chicken-and-egg” relationship exists between habitual alcohol consumption and the disease of depression. It...

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Does Insurance Cover Alcohol Rehab?

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How Alcohol Addicts can Benefit from Health Insurance During Rehabilitation Many alcohol addicts in the United States and across the world have never sought specialized...

Effects of Alcoholic Parents on Children

Effects of Alcoholic Parents on Children
The Danger That Alcoholic Parents Pose To Their Children Alcoholics often function under the false belief that others are...

Can Alcoholics Drink?

Can Alcoholics Drink
Can Alcoholics Drink? It has been the common opinion of 12-step support groups for alcoholics that alcoholics must observe strict abstinence from alcohol. The position...

Binge Drinking In College

Binge Drinking In College
College Binge Drinking and Alcoholism Many people see drinking as a kind of normal part of college life.  Most young adults who go to college...

Almost Alcoholic: 3 Signs You’re A “Risky Drinker”

Almost Alcoholic: 3 Signs You’re A “Risky Drinker"
To most people, the word Alcoholic evokes someone weak, past the point of being able to work or function, perhaps someone filthy and begging...