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Supporting Your Loved One After Rehab: Tips to Get You Through

A stay in rehab is trying for you and your loved one. The struggle with addiction, the pains of withdrawal and the rehabilitation therapy process involves a lot of stress and emotions. This is why after completing a recovery program your loved one needs your support more than ever. How to Help You may be …

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Addiction Recovery Treatment: It’s Not Easy, But It’s Well Worth It

The decision to enter a rehabilitation program to receive treatment for an addiction may very well be the hardest one you ever make. It’s not easy to decide to put your life on hold, but by seeking help for your addiction, you will be starting a new life that will be rewarding beyond your expectations. …

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Are “Crackdowns” on Prescription Drug Use Working? A Recent Survey Says Yes

When new regulations attempted to decrease prescription drug use, many wondered if it was a hopeless endeavor. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health has released shocking statistics that give America a glimmer of hope in the war against the prescription drug epidemic. Lowest Numbers in a Decade According to the survey, prescription drug …

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Non-Alcoholic Beer and Wine: Not Dangerous?

For recovering alcoholics, non-alcoholic beverages seem like a safe way to indulge their guilty pleasure without actually lapsing. It may be safer and healthier to consume non-alcoholic beer and wine, but these drinks could have negative effects on your recovery. If you are considering non-alcoholic beverages as an alternative to the real thing, please consider …

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Managing Your Addiction and Avoiding the Constant Potential for Relapse

The best way to fight addiction is to accept that it requires a life-long commitment to the process of recovery. Continuing to care for yourself and meet your needs is extremely important for you to have a successful recovery. Seeking treatment isn’t a fix for addiction. However, it does give you the tools you need …

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Family is Important in the Recovery Process

Recovering from an addiction is a personal matter, and although it does require a lot of individual work, including self-reflection, family plays an important role in the process. If your loved one is recovering from an addiction, you could help them by providing your care, input and support. Focus and Inspiration As a family member, …

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