Every May, in the United States, Mental Health Awareness Month is recognized. Read below for more information and resources.
Quitting smoking or vaping? Trying to stop alcohol or other drug use? Have you heard of the 4 Ds?
The 4 Ds for cravings are most widely used for management of nicotine/tobacco cravings, however, many have applied them successfully to manage cravings for all types of substance use. Below is some basic information about the 4 Ds and then our YouTube video discussing the 4 Ds in more detail. Enjoy and remember to subscribe to our channel for more content like this.
Hey everyone. First off, thank you for your support so far these past two and a half years.
Although Know Your Why is not registered as a non-profit yet, it does not sell any product, bring in an income, receive any type of compensation, or turn a profit in any way. The people who help make Know Your Why possible and keep it running do so without payment and on their own time.
However, to keep know Your Why alive and running, there are recurring costs involved—web hosting, domain name, and security amongst other miscellaneous costs. Know Your Why also has a vision of growth including podcasts, publications, advertising for visibility, and direct contributions to mental health and addiction programs/charities.
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The below was originally a short post on our social media accounts that accompanied a meme we had come across. After it got some greater attention and discussion we thought a repost here would be appropriate.
Read below for some information and thoughts on asking for help. Originally this entry was going to be the last in our previously posted series about anger, however, we felt this topic should be featured on its own.