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It’s finally summer! Remember these simple First Aid tips and you’ll be ready and able to help family and friends in the bright sun and balmy weather. 1. Heat Exhaustion Time ... Read More »
A member wrote and said that she is depressed and wants to know what she should do. First of all, asking the question “how do I start to deal with my depression?” is a huge step. Depression often ... Read More »
"So, I'm trying it quit drinking. Apparently it exacerbates my anxiety. Problem is my anxiety gets in the way of my sobriety. I start getting so shaky, grasping for breath, can't think ... Read More »
"Dear Dr. Dennis, I was just wondering what is the success rate for an ex-heroin addict who has been in rehab for 6 months? He has half custody of our children and I worry everyday that he ... Read More »
A Personality Disorder is very difficult to treat and there are relatively few doctors who treat it. However, commonly people are misdiagnosed with APD or they have a treatable co-occuring disorder ... Read More »
Relapse is part of the recovery stories of many people who no longer struggle with eating disorders. You can relapse forward, i.e., share you relapse with an army-sized support network (treatment ... Read More »
"Dear Dr. Dennis, When I think of eating disorders, I think of not eating enough. If my definition is correct then I most definitely do not have an eating disorder. I think I may have the exact ... Read More »
"Dear Dr. Dennis, My son is 16 and a recovering alcoholic and drug addict; he's out of treatment and doing well. He's doing 90 meeting in 90 days and a man told him last night he would be great ... Read More »
"Dear Dr. Dennis, Over the past eight years, I have battled with an eating disorder. First it was anorexia, and later came bulimia. I am now on my way through recovery! =} I am at last ... Read More »
I am sure most of us have at one time or another gone back for that second or third serving of a favorite meal, whether or not we’re still hungry. During a holiday party or special occasion, it’s ... Read More »

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