Not drinking may seem like a simple solution to someone on the outside but, it is much more complicated than that to someone with an alcohol problem. So what makes it so difficult to quit drinking? Several factors can make it a challenge for someone to stop drinking on their own; here are just a few.
Excessive alcohol consumption is killing more people than drug overdoses, but you see almost nothing about this problem in the headlines. We take a closer look at the depth of this challenge to social and individual health.
What happens when a person who doesn’t want to drink is immersed in a culture where drinking is the norm and everyone present is expected to participate? Many people cave. This can also mean that a few people are going to lose their lives.
In Louisiana this fall, yet another young college student lost his life after being hazed by the fraternity he was pledging. This time the victim was 18-year-old Maxwell Gruver, a freshman at Louisiana State University.
Have you heard of neknominate? Have you been neknominated yet? You may have no idea what that word means, but there is a good chance that your kids do.