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Coping With Anxiety In Recovery – Part Two

In part one of this three-part series, we started talking about anxiety in recovery. Let’s go deeper. Signs And Symptoms of Anxiety You may be experiencing anxiety or have a clinical anxiety disorder and not understand what’s happening to you. Here are some of the most common signs and symptoms of an anxiety disorder: Extreme…

Coping With Anxiety In Recovery – Part One

This is part one in a three-part series about coping with anxiety in recovery. If You Have Anxiety – You Are Not Alone If you suffer from the debilitating effects of anxiety, you are not alone. Anxiety is a worldwide phenomenon that impacts people of every age, gender, culture, religion, and socioeconomic background. Those who…

Drugs and Alcohol – Harm Reduction

Nearly everyone involved or associated with addiction recovery agrees that abstinence is the goal for addiction recovery. People who are addicted to drugs and alcohol, their families and loved ones, and addiction treatment professionals all tend to agree that addicted people are best served by removing substances altogether. Yet, what are we to do for…

Families of People in Rehab

When it comes to talking about addiction and recovery, most of the attention is focused on the person in rehab. Yet there is an entire world of issues facing the friends, family and loved ones of the person in treatment and recovery. For those close to an addict, there can be a host of worries,…

Disease Model vs. Learning Model

I think most of us are well aware that for many years addiction was viewed as a moral failure. People who could not control their drinking and use of drugs were seen as weak-willed and morally corrupted. If they could just exercise self-control, they would be fine. That view, though persistent even today, has largely…

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