New Years Resolutions & Substance Abuse
The arrival of a new year represents a turning point for many people, and an opportunity to make long-awaited changes in their lives. While perhaps only 8% of people will stick to these resolutions, lots of folks still express a great interest in cultivating healthy habits, like eating better, exercising more, or giving up certain substances. It’s common to hear people committing to quitting smoking, drinking, or drugs. But how many people are intent on reducing their substance use – or, surprisingly, even using more? To find out, we headed to Twitter.