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August 8, 2018

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Underaged Drinking

August 7, 2018

Here we are in Britain. Underaged drinking is in every country. ​Listen to the fact about what it does to your body and mind.

Choices with Addiction

July 24, 2018

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The Dangers of Girls Drinking

July 23, 2018

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From helpguide.org

The dangers of girls drinking happen between 18 and 25 and are a time of considerable change, as teenagers spread their wings and leave home, many for the first time. While these may be exciting years, widespread alcohol use means they may be risky years as well. The highest prevalence of problem drinking occurs among young adults aged 18 to 25, nearly 42% of whom admit to binge drinking at least once a month (drinking five or more drinks in rapid succession for men, four or more for women).

Many of us typically think of college as the setting where older teens and younger 20-somethings drink to excess. However, several studies show that heavy drinking is widespread among all young adults regardless of whether or not they attend college. College students tend to drink less often than nonstudents, but when they do imbibe—at parties, for example—they tend to drink more.

The prevalent use of alcohol among teens and young adults is alarming for a number of reasons:

Alcohol is a major factor in fatal automobile crashes. About one-third of drivers ages, 21 to 24 who died in a car crash in 2009 had a blood alcohol level that was over the legal limit.

Drinking may have lasting health effects. Some researchers believe that heavy drinking at this age when the brain is still developing​ may cause lasting impairments in brain functions such as memory, coordination, and motor skills—at least among susceptible individuals.

Drinking can lead to sexual assaults and rape. Each year, approximately 97,000 students between the ages of 18 and 24 are victims of alcohol-related sexual assault or date rape.

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Our Innocent Children

May 26, 2018


I actually broke down seeing this video. I stayed too long with 14 years of an alcoholic husband that didn’t see anything wrong in his actions, and I had allowed our two daughters to live in fear, confuse, and witnessed my abuse. Open your eyes parents, children need love and security, even if parents live separate to become healthy mentally and physically in this world and their little lives. If not, they follow the same path choosing a mate or becoming an addict themselves.

Alberta Sequeira

Alberta Sequeira
www.albertasequeira.wordpress.com
alberta.sequeira@gmail.com
Purchase books at http://www.amazon.com/author/albertasequeira

Make Demands!

May 14, 2018

Chris shares how to keep your self respect in tact if you have negative or abusive people in your family.

Check out Chris’s (pen name, Mystic Life’s) book “Spiritual Polyamory” at http://SpiritualPolyamory.com

Intuitive Guidance – Ethical Sites at http://LiveReaders.com

To see Chris’s written works (pen name, Mystic Life) on spiritual and personal growth, visit http://Unification.com
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Purchase my books at www.amazon.com/author/albertasequeira

Reaching the Addicted

May 14, 2018

2018 - ALBERTA AND SHERIFF PHOTO

https://vimeo.com/254517198

This is my interview with Sheriff Thomas Hodgson from The Bristol County Correctional office at 400 Faunce Corner, North Dartmouth, Massachusetts. The first half hour is about my life with the last half hours talking to the women inmates at the jail.

I can be reached at: alberta.sequeira@gmail.com
My website for the addicted with choices is: www.albertasequeira.wordpress.com
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