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Shay Shay 25m
Without negativity there wouldn't be any positivity. Through the growth obtained during struggling times, comes the true understanding of the meaning and purpose in one's life.
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Owen James, OD (March 18) Aug 2
In the late 1980s I kicked serious nicotine addiction cold turkey (at least 40 cigarettes daily) with the aid of the sea. Swam my usual half mile and almost drowned. I also avoided clubs with smokers. Now celebrating 31yrs cigarette-free!
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Banning Animal Testing For Scientific Reasons 16m
Replying to @mohan_shekher
Such a large number of mouse models of opioid addiction,but it's still a plague. May it be that animal models are a broken research paradigm for studying human diseases?
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SSRF Spirituality Aug 2
What makes a person more likely to become an ? Find out
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Caryn_Brooklyn 🌹 Aug 2
I’m having a slight meltdown right now! A girl put she married my son on Facebook. Trust me, it’s not a good thing. I’ve texted my son daily telling him I love him, but no response back. I know he’s doing meth and opioids. 😢😢😢 sucks!
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Rylie Harmel Aug 4
Today I am two years sober! Seems unreal at times that it’s been two years but I’m living a healthier life addiction free.
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National Law Review 1m
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RN advocating Aug 4
This is an example of . This isn't caused by "over" prescribing pain pills. Notice when she gets off of she's on meth.
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The Socialpreneur Comedy Show Aug 3
Dont ask me to Share Missing Persons. Im tired of these family members wasting my time here. Your SON must come right.
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🤘🏻☠💥SteeLtoeDocS💥☠🤘🏻 Aug 2
Question: If is indeed a disease, how is limiting or prohibiting substances stopping it?? That only drives a thriving illicit market, bringing far more harmful substances (i.e. ) to the table & causing more harm & death. Addicts gonna addict. 🤷🏻‍♀️
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Mellamosticky Aug 3
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ChikonisLive Jul 29
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Lauren Facall 40m
Replying to @Lauren66793666
1911 – 1979 Nicholas Ray US director, screenwriter. From an article by medical writer Berton Roueché in The New Yorker, "Ten Feet Tall." A man agrees to an experimental treatment of a new cortisone drug that can save his life. James Mason produced, and stars.
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Lisa Boucher Jul 31
I have a nurse friend who is a director of nursing at a large nursing home. She said the number of young people relegated to lying in bed for the rest of their lives due to anoxic brain injuries from OD’s or other drug related injuries is the real pandemic. Tragic!!
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Rehabilitation Aug 5
Be a part in our Webinar on Addiction and Rehabilitation Therapy. submit your abstract today and present your talk.
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Ch@ndresh Sharma 9h
Thanks for this caffeine.🔥
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Act on Addiction Aug 4
Visit for advice and support on drug in Brookings, OR
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Clayton Gospel Hall Aug 4
A for those struggling with : Lord Jesus Christ, I invite You into my life. I repent and turn away from my sins and ask Your forgiveness. Heal me of my addiction. Take my mustard seed of faith and let it grow, take root and blossom in my heart and life. Amen.
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Mindful Centers For Addiction And Trauma Therapy Aug 4
Sex Addiction is Nothing To Be Ashamed Of Sex addiction is a highly misunderstood condition by most society. Addiction is a way of coping with emotions. Contact: Mindful Centers for help and support (562) 356-8686
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Nic Fitzgerald 9h
if you’re in thebmidst of or are witnessing someone in its grip, know you aren’t alone.
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