The Crime Victim Assistance Program may be one of British Columbia’s most underrated support resources. Hundreds of families rely on this program each year to support them through times of grief and stress.
No matter what type of separation it is, humans grieve the loss of that relationship or the change that that relationship is undergoing in different ways, and it can take a long time.
Counselling can definitely help to ease the pain of separation in many ways.
A person’s mental health and wellness can impact how likely they are at becoming addicted to a substance. Furthermore, addiction to these substances can negatively affect a person’s mental health, causing them to ignore the problem. If you know someone who is at risk of addiction and is in a fragile mental state, it is crucial to stay vigilant and supportive.
Panic attack and anxiety attacks are two terms that are often used interchangeably. However, while there may be some similarities, it is important to realize that the two terms do not describe the same disorder.
Addiction is a complicated subject. Even though it has been studied across every field, from sociology to neuroscience, experts are still struggling to form a clear understanding of the causes of addiction.
And yet, addiction is all around us, affecting either ourselves or those closest to us. Many are often described as having an “addictive personality”, but is this a real trait?
Gambling addictions can be very hard on family, and these addictions are notoriously hard to treat. There are a few concrete things that you can do to help if you have a family member with gambling addiction:
We often hear stories of how the pandemic has adversely affected families and businesses. While it is important to shed light on these during troubling times, one group of people that needs our support more than ever are those dealing with addict