Students need to know that abusing
prescription drugs is no different from abusing
Brainstorm ways that your class could spread the word about the risks of abusing
Thus, parental alcohol abuse not only affects the abusing
individual, but also the entire family.
Additionally, law enforcement officers maintain a role that may make them more susceptible to abusing
Not in the survey is the fact that only a handful are accused of paedophilia, that is, of abusing
Some of the most common substance abusing
patients seen in a dental practice would involve the use of alcohol, tobacco, sedative/hypnotics, barbiturates, and narcotics.
If Christian compassion won't move our citizens to invest the resources needed to rehabilitate drug and alcohol abusing
offenders, then maybe the realization that they are protecting their own lives and property will.
No matter who does the abusing
, everyone involved needs to reach out for help.
Recent reports of Hollywood stars abusing
these drugs will most likely elevate the problem as teens attempt to emulate their favorite celebrities.
Bishop John McCormack was shown to have protected the notorious Father Paul Shanley when he, McCormack, was Archbishop Law's secretary in Boston; in Chicago, a group of faithful were demanding a new investigative committee independent of the Archdiocese and the handing over of all files to the state attorney; back again to Los Angeles, where this time Cardinal Mahony was being accused of refusing to hand over the files of twelve priests discharged for allegedly abusing
Paul believes the church would be facing fewer and less-costly civil court confrontations if its approach had been reversed--if it had been the victims who received the church's "healing and love" while the abusing
priests were recognized as the fiscal liabilities they have so painfully proven to be.
When a staff person is caught abusing
a camper, the psychological wellness of that staff person, in addition to the camper, is impacted.
The possibility of Mitchell abusing
her children is frightening.
Therefore, the purpose of this article is to examine the meaning of Hirschi's theoretical concepts for persons with disabilities who are abusing
Substance abuse proved a longstanding problem for most of the people in the sample, Rich points out, ranging from an average of about 11 years for those abusing
illicit drugs with or without alcohol to 28 years for "pure" alcoholics.