Mental Health and Addiction

Mental Health There is no doubt that mental health and addiction has already migrated from public safety to a public health issue. Former Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse Dr. Alan I. Leshner assures that drug addiction is, in fact, a brain illness that affects the individual both on a physiological and mental…

relationships and mental health

Relationships and Mental Health

Relationships and Mental Health Relationships are the connection and bond based on feelings between two or more people. Relationships are at the core of society and many things revolve from it. How healthy or unhealthy your relationship is affects particular aspects of your life. Your perception of the world and the factors therein can be…

Being Right vs Being Real

Being in a relationship with a passionate or demanding partner can be very tumultuous and even overwhelming sometimes. It can be like a roller coaster ride, briefly exhilarating for sure but it also involves living constantly in a state of nervousness or instability; living everyday emotionally exhausted. Being Real None of us are perfect. Having…

Uncommon Sense Dating

“I wouldn’t trade common sense for anything in the world.” How many times have we heard the above statement proclaimed, yet, have we already done so? Reckless spending, terrible business decisions, political ineffectiveness and inefficiency, failing educational systems and religious pandering for profit, has taken America by storm and it should be a beacon of…