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Jun

Do You Have A Social Media Alcohol Identity?

While it is probably fair to say that practically every American adult uses a form of social media in their day to day, teenagers and young adults spend more time on sites like Twitter and Facebook than any other age group. Social media sites have become, arguably, the most common method of communication between young...
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19
Dec

DUI APPS Include The BREEZE!

Holiday parties, celebrations, driving under the influence… If you’ve checked in with friends and family over the past few days, then you may have realized how many people are prepping for a holiday “get together.” It could be you’ve noticed Facebook friends chatting about attending holiday celebrations, including everything from their children’s school holiday program...
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19
Nov

INSTAGRAM: Fast, Beautiful, Fun And Maybe A Touch Of Mean

English: A collage showing a photograph, along with the same photograph processed through all 15 filters in the iOS app Instagram (as of the date of creation in April 2011) (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Let’s do a quick inventory of our cameras, scrapbooks, and photo albums… Your age might determine how many cameras, scrapbooks and photo...
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10
Oct

#14Days On The Wagon…You In?

Logo of CBS News (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Are you participating in #14Days on the Wagon?  CBS News‘ #14Days project actually started on Monday, October 6, 2014. So today is #day5. Have you heard about this project? We came across it last evening and it started us thinking about #14days and what it can mean to...
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28
Aug

The Addict’s Mom: Help Healing The Broken Spirits

How does the mother of an addict cope? a mom’s happy memories… Are you startled by that question? Don’t be. Mothers of addicts ask themselves every day…”How will I cope with this?” You are not sure who to talk to, who you can trust, who you should trust…admitting to anyone that your child suffers from...
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08
Aug

Connor Reid Eckhardt: “His Story Isn’t Over”

The Eckhardt Family (via Facebook) How we “met” Connor Reid Eckhardt We’ve written before about how much we can learn via our Facebook news feed, but the other day we were taken aback when our associate shared Connor Eckhardt’s story with us. You see, our associate here in Tucson, AZ, was looking at her personal...
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26
Jun

Study: “Cool” Kids Seem To Struggle With Adulthood

The Fonz and the Happy Days Gang (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Every generation has their “cool” kids… It’s true. If you think back to your own grammar and high-school days there might be certain classmates that you thought of as “cool.” Maybe you even wanted to be one of the “cool” kids. Perhaps secretly you liked...
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09
May

Mother’s Day Thoughts ~ Recovery Is A Gift And It Works!

Sunday is Mother’s Day 2014… “Well, at least that’s the way WE remember it! Happy Mother’s Day! You probably know that this Sunday, May 11th, is Mother’s Day. Right? Given the amount of television advertising, online ads and hard copy newspaper ads it is pretty hard to miss. If you walk into a grocery store,...
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08
May

“21” ~ Patrick Roche’s Poetic Look In His Rear View Mirror

Meet Patrick Roche… There is a pretty good chance you don’t know Patrick Roche. But you should know that he is preparing to graduate this month of May from Princeton University and he has 27,470 Likes on his Facebook (FB) page, Patrick Roche Poetry.  Oh, yes, and Patrick is a poet. We invite you to...
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28
Mar

GAMIFICATION: A Popular Buzzword, Even In Mental Health

Candy Crush 抵達 350關 (Photo credit: kenming_wang) Do you like to play video games? To be clear, according to Wikipedia… A video game is an electronic game that involves human interaction with a user interface to generate visual feedback on a video device. The word video in video game traditionally referred to a raster display...
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