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From The Right Step Blog

Why Are Hispanic Teens More Prone to Suicidal Thoughts?

Suicidal thoughts or attempts are not unusual for teenagers. It is a tumultuous time during which a young person is trying to figure out who she is and what her future will look like.

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She is going through physical changes. She may be standing up to a tidal wave of peer pressure and struggling to make good choices. For young Hispanics, these struggles lead to more suicidal thoughts than their peers. It is a problem that is going unrecognized and needs to be brought to light.

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Love Addiction and Substance Abuse: Fellow Travelers

Feeling hostage to your endless quest for love? Abusing drugs and alcohol? You’re not alone. Love addiction and substance abuse are frequently fellow travelers. Emotional despair can fuel alcohol and drug use. In turn, many love addicts use substances to overcome inhibitions in romantic pursuits.

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