What associations do you make when you hear the word homeless? More than likely you imagine a man on the sidewalk next to a shopping cart filled with junk. A hardened, wrinkled face, with frizzy gray hair, tattered jeans and a brown bag in his hand. Possibly accompanied by a shaggy dog.
Stress is a part of life and it occurs frequently in certain careers. It is important to help minimize it in order to refrain from developing an addiction problem.
Remaining sober is one of the hardest things for an addict as the fear of a relapse is always looming, but there are several tricks you can do to help avoid these triggers.
Addiction is a problem that can affect anyone and in the business sector, it is important for executives to inform others so they can help ensure you don’t let things fall by the wayside. Additionally, they may then feel comfortable about coming forward regarding their own struggles.
Overcoming addiction can be achieved but maintaining that recovery can prove difficult for some, especially executives. It is important to have the tools necessary to avoid an addiction relapse.
Addiction among Working Americans Not so long ago, addiction was thought to be limited to musicians or those living on the fringes of society or deep in urban slums. Americans are gradually waking up to the fact that addiction exists at every level of our current society.
Drug cartels are highly organized business empires, marketing their goods to consumers most likely to fall into the trap of addiction. The public might hope and wish that drug cartels are just stupid criminals but unfortunately, that’s not the case. Why do we say that? You have only to look at their marketing and distribution tactics to see the proof.
Although it might seem impossible, your young athlete could be in the crosshairs of an international drug cartel that wants to make him a steady customer.
A look at how morals factor into beginning stages of drug use and further along when someone is addicted.
There are a number of situations in life that become danger zones for drug or alcohol abuse. Someone who is sober one day can easily step across an invisible line and head down the path of addiction.