In Western culture, codependency is a virtual epidemic, and it’s not just women who experience it: 40 million Americans are considered codependent. But certain factors make this an especially common phenomenon among women. If you’ve started to notice patterns of particularly unequal and draining relationships...

When it comes to treating depression, conventional medicine typically focuses on two things: diagnosis and symptoms – and the treatment method of choice in the vast majority of cases involves a prescription. It comes as no surprise, then, that one out of every 10 Americans...

It might start with heart palpitations. Then, it becomes the deafening sound of your thoughts or the blood booming between your ears. Suddenly, you find yourself having a hard time breathing. If you’ve ever experienced anxiety to the point that it’s overpowering your ability to...

Buprenorphine (more commonly known by its brand names, Suboxone, Subutex and Zubsolv) is one of just three federally approved medications to treat opioid addiction. But because of its intense narcotic effects, many people who are initially introduced to it as part of their tapering program...

An estimated 2.4 million people in the US struggle with prescription painkiller addiction, and almost half a million suffer from heroin addiction. Unfortunately, much of that has to do with the overprescription of opioid drugs – what starts as a legitimate prescription for treating pain...

When it comes to drug rehab, there are numerous paths to recovery, but the most effective healing happens when you’re taking care of your spiritual, psychological and physical needs. In other words, when you take an integrative approach to healing all aspects of yourself that have...

Cocaine is one of the most challenging drug addictions to overcome, with about 80 percent of people who try to quit experiencing relapse within the first six months. Thankfully, modern science and spirituality have developed a variety of effective methods for creating truly sustainable, holistic...