Dr. Judy Grisel, a neuroscientist, person in recovery and author of the bestseller "Never Enough," explains how addiction can happen when the brain thinks "everything is bacon."
About half of people who suffer from one type of disorder will experience the other, and vice versa. Learn about co-occurring disorders.
There are now easy-to-find counseling and medication-assisted recovery options if you’re uninsured or tight on cash, says All Sober’s Maeve O’Neill.
What is your background? How often will we meet? Some key questions that will help you find the right addiction counselor for yourself or a loved one.
By understanding basic and complex human needs, we can better understand how addiction affects our brains and lives. And we can better aid recovery, too.