The Loneliness Epidemic and Addiction

The growing loneliness epidemic in America may seem to have been born from the isolation required by the COVID-19 pandemic — the truth is that this trend of isolation and loneliness began long before COVID and it continues today.  In this article, Cottonwood Tucson explores America’s loneliness epidemic and how it may be contributing to...
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Dealing With Loneliness During the Holidays

Feeling lonely can happen any time of year, but it’s often more apparent during the holiday season. Loneliness is a valid emotion, and it’s fine to acknowledge it. It’s also a feeling you can change with a certain level of acceptance and helpful actions. Alone Vs. Lonely First, it’s important to understand the difference between...
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Is Your Love Addiction Causing You Harm?

Love addiction causes many people many years of anguish until they are able to face their greatest fears: being alone. In the meantime, the different behaviors and symptoms of love addiction might be causing you more harm than good. You fear loneliness so severely that you avoid it all cost. You are constantly in a...
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Loneliness Can Be Deadly ~ #justsayhello

Breakfast with friends…what about plans for the weekend? Today our associate stopped by a local diner to have breakfast with a couple of friends. She mentioned that as she settled in to look at the menu she found herself perusing the dining room —in other words, she was “people watching.” She soon realized that at...
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New Study: Loneliness, Anxiousness, And Substance Use As Predictors Of FACEBOOK Use

Do you use Facebook? If you answered “no” to this question, then mathematically you are in the majority of the world population. In October 2011 the world population reached seven (7) billion; a recent count of the world population that uses Facebook is about one (1) billion. However, many experts will offer that hundreds of...
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Linked: Bariatric Surgery And Alcohol Abuse

Services must accommodate obese people with specialist equipment such as much wider chairs. Bakewell J (2007). “Bariatric furniture: Considerations for use.”. Int J Ther Rehabil (7) : 329–33 . . (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Obesity is a problem in the United States. According to USA Today: “Obesity affects more than one-third of U.S. adults and almost...
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