Addiction Proof Your Family with Maia Szalavitz
4 monthes ago - By Raise Healthy Eaters
Addiction has become a big buzz word. You hear about it from the media reports, books, and friends. And it's no longer just about drugs and alcohol, but food, the internet, gambling, and even healthy activities like exercise. Is addiction simply a brain disease that leaves people powerless or is there something else going on?
Today we have on science writer Maia Szalavitz, author of The New York Time Bestseller Unbroken Brain: A Revolutionary New Way of Understanding Addiction . She not only has a personal history of addiction, she has spent years researching its underpinnings. Maia argues...
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