Sometimes chemically dependent people come in to treatment and aren't offered an important treatment option.
This treatment option has been proven to be incredibly effective in preventing overdoses. It is covered by insurance, well-researched and tested, and is actually available at most outpatient and inpatient addiction treatment programs.
So what is this treatment option and why isn't it being offered?
You or someone you care about has made the decision to go to outpatient treatment for addiction. Or you or someone you know has been mandated to treatment by the courts.
If you're in a large city, you might find a bewildering array of treatment options. In a rural area, your choices might be more limited. Although there are a variety of factors to take into account when choosing a treatment program (or any kind...
Drug and alcohol use leads to changes in how you eat. It's common knowledge that some substances increase your appetite (like the "munchies" associated with marijuana, some phases of alcohol usage, etc.) and some decrease it (cocaine, methamphetamine, etc.)
In business, deals are made often by people who hold out for more. But most people in their personal lives are willing to negotiate so everyone's happy or less frequently perhaps, say no and mean it or
So, why is it that with some people, negotiation can turn into manipulation, or worse, retaliation?