Behavioral health disorders affect people in different ways. No matter if it is addiction or mental health. The trauma, the grief and or shame of each disorder must be addressed as to why a person wants to get high, and or is depressed.
Many times, a person going through life spiral road of destruction, that have been caused by the trauma associated with behavioral health disorders, have no idea that when addiction disorders and mental health disorders meet, it is known as Co-Occurring Disorders.
Co-Occurring Disorders are when a person has both disorders at the same time. The symptoms can mimic and mask each other, thus making it hard to identify which disorder between addiction or mental health is greater.
Meet Author M/R Johnson, who is a survivor of Co-Occurring Disorders. Her books address the cause, the challenges, and the triumphs of living life with and beyond a silent epidemic that can be won.
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