“My sobriety buddies warned me that if I violated the ban on dating before I was ready, I might be pushed into a relapse. Instead, I’ve just been pushed into never wanting to date again.”
“It’s on my twenty-fourth birthday that I realize something is wrong. I wake up crying and I don’t stop.”
“It’s like I’ve got an internal switch that flips and not everyone has it, and if you don’t it’s almost impossible to explain.”
Surprise! A new survey indicates that LGBT people “experience higher rates of substance use and abuse.”
If you’re sober, or if a friend or date is, this can cause some problems. Luckily, we have some tips for solving them.
Australian researchers found that gender-based violence puts women at a much greater risk of mental health problems. Hopefully the new guidelines around healthcare for women will help with that.