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Category Archives: Personalized Rehab

The A.A.’s 12 Traditions – 1 to 4

Alcoholics Anonymous has helped countless men and women to follow prolonged paths of sobriety since it’s foundation in 1935. Their 12-step recovery program is the basis of healing and this continued sobriety, but they also have 12 traditions that it’s members follow. These traditions are communicated to all members. They are used as guidelines to…

Types Of Rehab Treatment – H to I

Here’s the next manageable overview of different addiction rehabilitation options. A wide choice of treatments awaits those looking to free themselves from personal heartache and the heartbreak their condition is causing those closest to them. Letters H to I. Harm reduction model: A wide range of harmful behaviours are linked to those with substance disorders….

Ways Of Saying ‘NO’ To Alcohol

If you feel alcohol is beginning to get the better of you then that is a positive. It means you recognise the negative signs and symptoms frequent drinking sessions bring. Recognition is a good sign, but it is then imperative action is taken. One way is to say “No” when offered alcohol. Surely saying “No”…

Gambling Addiction – Don’t Stack The Odds Against Yourself

Make no bones about it; gambling addiction destroys lives, and not just the addict’s. NO limit: Casual gamblers enjoy an occasional flutter but will stop if they are losing too much or when they reach a pre-set loss limit. This is not the case for someone who is addicted to gambling. These men and women…

Avoiding An Alcohol Relapse

Going through inpatient rehabilitation for much needed assistance with alcoholism offers a person a fairly ‘safe’ haven. The temptation to relapse is that much more difficult because alcohol is strictly forbidden, but what happens when they return to their own environment? Relapse teaching: A crucial part of any inpatient rehabilitation stay for alcoholics is understanding…