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Alcohol Addiction

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Why Overcoming Addiction Isn’t a Straight Path

“Two roads diverged in a wood, and I – I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.” – Robert Frost While it is safe to assume that Robert Frost was not speaking of overcoming addiction when he wrote this, recovery is more like walking through the woods on a …

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The Real Dangers of Substance Abuse

We knew well before the information age about the dangers of substance abuse. It isn’t a new concern but it is one that we have learned more about over the years. It is also a concern that has grown considerably more dangerous as more drugs now flood the market, the streets, and the country than …

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Decision Made – Staying Sober During The COVID-19 Outbreak

A wise quarantine resolution–stay sober. Yet it may be challenging to keep this promise to yourself. However, staying sober during coronavirus can be difficult especially if you’re someone in recovery or fresh out of treatment. You’ve made your decision to quit using drugs or abusing alcohol. You’ve made your decision to take control of your …

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Have You Found Yourself Quarantined With An Alcoholic Spouse?

Problems are easily hidden during quarantine. Being home during quarantine with an alcoholic spouse is not easy. You may not have noticed your spouse was an alcoholic, or you avoided the truth. Now, you cannot avoid your spouse’s alcoholism. You have no distractions, and this unique situation continues to bring you in direct contact with …

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Is My Loved One An Alcoholic?

The term alcoholic is one many people don’t take seriously. Yet, if you’re watching your loved one drink night after night, you’re likely worried that’s what’s really happening. “Is my loved one an alcoholic?” It’s not an easy question to ask because often, it can occur even if you didn’t see it coming. At Recovery …

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The CBT vs DBT Question

DBT vs. CBT In addiction psychotherapy, two modalities are used more than any others: cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT). But when it comes to DBT vs. CBT, which model is better for which patients? Recovery centers, therapists, and 12-step groups all have a great deal of experience deciding between DBT vs. CBT, …

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