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Category Archives: Accepting-Help-Enhances-Recovery-Experience

Alcohol Abuse Therapy

Alcohol is a commonly abused drug, especially among teenagers. Alcohol could cause problems to the body taken in large quantities, too frequently or too fast. Alcohol-related problems are among the most significant public health issues in the United States. Alcohol abuse is so common that a large number of people have struggled with excessive drinking…

Humility in Recovery

Humility is something we often hear about, but do not typically think of it as a trait that many have or want. Many feel that being humble will make you a doormat for others, but this is far from true. Humility means being assertive, yet respectful. Humility also means standing up for one’s rights while…

Managing A Relationship with Addiction Present

The journey of recovery can often last years as many changes need to occur. Addiction not only involves the substance user, but those they know and love. If you find yourself in a relationship with someone who is an addict or recovering addict than you may want to read on to better understand how to…

Isolation and Addiction

Isolation and Addiction – Alcoholism and substance addiction tends to lead toward isolation. This is to say that as addiction, in the broadest sense of the term, progresses, addicts and alcoholics become increasingly isolated both by others and by their own choice. The need to drink and use drugs will over-take personal relationships. Friendships will…

Relapse Triggers

Relapse Triggers – Even after one gets sober the danger of relapse always looms. All people in recovery need to remain vigilant about the temptation of picking up. There are any number of things that can lead a newly recovering addict or alcoholic to pick up again. We should make no mistake here, picking up…