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Young Adults and Addiction: The Benefits of Inpatient Care

For many young people, drug use and experimentation is a rite of passage of sorts. However, experimenting with drugs and alcohol is far from harmless, and can often result in lifelong...

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Moving Through the Pain

Everyone knows that moving is a great deal of physical work. But it's also an emotional time in a person's life. One mover with years of experience was quoted as saying only death and divorce are more emotionally straining than moving. Planning ahead can help reduce that strain. Giving yourself enough time to deal with what may be the hardest part of a move—deciding what to keep and what to get rid of—may lessen the emotional impact. Take the time to read this article at capecodtimes, and you’ll learn a few ways to deal with the stress, as well as some practical tips that are sure to come in handy.

Posted: 2/4/08