Scale of Addiction: A Drug by Drug Comparison

In most ways the “addictiveness” of a substance is highly subjective to the user. There’s no clear answer to the questions which drugs are more addictive than others.  The subject of addiction in general is frequently unclear with room for…

Five Tools for Addiction

Dealing with Addiction: 5 Essential Tools

Dealing with addiction isn't easy but it can be done. Here are five tools that can make the experience less of a nightmare and help return you to sanity. Diet Sure it sounds simple, but changing your diet can have…

Erin Baringer: The OD Movement

Erin Baringer’s Story Pt. I

Erin Baringer talks addiction Erin Baringer has seen a lot in his life. He is a soldier, having served three years in the army with one in Afghanistan. Erin has experienced first hand just how widespread the opiate problem has…

A New Drug Education Approach

Drug Education: The OD Project

This post is taken from an email being sent to school principles to introduce them to our proposed drug curriculum and extend an invitation for them to be a part of the pilot project.  Please message any suggestions you might have on the project to us!

Addicted… What it Feels Like

In short being addicted is like watching the same shitty movie on repeat, day in and day out, all the while feeling as though you have no control to put something else on.  It’s a slow progression into insanity. While you’re conscious it’s happening, you don’t have the capacity to make a change.

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