Although the courts have been unwilling to broaden the current illegal substance abuser
exemption in cases involving the FHAA, a small number of recent decisions in other disability law contexts interpret "current" as including the recent past.
Implications for camp: At one time or another, every camp has had in its midst, a child of a substance abuser
These substance abuser
cases were compared with 50 age & sex matched controls preferably relatives or family members of substance abusers
, who were not abusing any substance in the present or in the past except tobacco (Control group).
The teacher denied selling drugs, but admitted that he was a substance abuser
While some professionals prefer to use terms such as addict or alcoholic, others prefer the use of criteria-based terms such as substance abuser
or substance dependent person.
You, as a parent, relative or friend, feel if only you had done something differently, if only you had stopped them from hanging around the friends of the substance abuser
. If only...
[eta] [member of] (0, 1) is a modification parameter accounting for reduced number a nonsubstance abuser would infect as compared to a substance abuser
[15, 20], perhaps because adolescents who engage in substance abuse also engage in other risky behaviours.
In the present study, mean age of-the substance abuser
was 35.3 [+ or -] 10.4 years and mean age of initiation of the substance was 24 [+ or -] 7 years.
The negative consequences of substance abuse arc not limited to the substance abuser
, but also extend to intimate partners (O'Farrell & Fals-Stewart 2006).
Providing support to families of addicts is crucial, along with getting the substance abuser
"The delirious substance abuser
" (Cases That Test Your Skills, CURRENT PSYCHIATRY, January 2012, p.
A substance abuser
or drug addict spends most of his time thinking and using drugs, therefore, he can not fulfill demands put by society.