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Category Archives: Celebrity Rehab

Charlie Sheen in Rehab for Crack

[flickr size=”small” float=”left”]2715327873[/flickr] Charlie Sheen advises people to stay away from crack cocaine “Unless you can manage it socially,” which he told a radio interviewer Monday. This begs the question, How can anyone use crack cocaine socially? Charlie Sheen, has been on forced hiatus from his television show, Two and a Half Men, since he…

Alcohol Programs and Celebrities

[flickr size=”small” float=”right”]5400131291[/flickr] Life is full of stress and pressures, especially in this day and age where success has become of prime importance giving rise to extreme competitiveness. A strong mind is needed in order to survive in this world. Individuals, even with strong commitment and will, still often break down due to the increasing…

The Dangers of Self-Medicating with Xanax and Other Anti-Anxiety Drugs

It seems that in the course of modern life, we constantly face pressures, expectations, isolation and bouts of depression at every turn. It’s no wonder that mental health issues like anxiety are rampant in our society. Or that people would turn to drugs as an easy solution to take the edge off and numb down…

Four Signs You’re Headed For a Drug Or Alcohol Relapse

Recovery Isn’t Easy – It Takes Practice As the saying goes, “Old habits die hard.” Making significant changes to the way you think and behave takes time and a lot of work. It is not uncommon for people to make the decision to get sober and then return to using drugs or drinking alcohol again….

Recovery – A Beautiful Process of Self-Discovery

Recovery May Be Work, But You Don’t Have To Think About It That Way Many people give up on the recovery process because they believe it involves too much work. While it is true that recovery does require hard work and dedication, as long as you think of it as work, you may never reap…