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How AA Meetings Help with Recovery.


How AA Meetings Help with Recovery

Alcoholics Anonymous is the original 12-step program. Because of their long history and success rates, 12-step groups have become a very popular form of treatment. This model works because of the social support offered by peer discussion, which assists in promoting and sustaining drug and alcohol...

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Alcoholism Relapse Prevention.


Alcoholism Relapse Prevention

Firstly, it is important to reframe what is meant by relapse prevention because there isn't a way to completely, infallibly prevent relapse from occurring. It's a natural part of the recovery process. So, throw that idea out of the window. Success doesn't mean never relapsing. Success is about...

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The Value of Alcoholism Counseling - Part 2.


The Value of Alcoholism Counseling - Part 2

Quality addiction counseling also has an added benefit of helping the problem drinker identify the root cause of their addiction. No matter how severe or long lasting the alcoholism problem may be, it no doubt had an original trigger. Whether that original trigger was the death of a spouse, the...

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The Value of Alcoholism Counseling - Part 1.


The Value of Alcoholism Counseling - Part 1

When many people think about addiction, they first picture the use and abuse of illegal drugs like meth and cocaine, but there is another side to the addiction problem. While illegal drug use is certainly an epidemic in many parts of the country, many experts feel that the abuse of alcohol is a far...

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The Importance of Christian Treatment Centers for Alcohol Abuse - Part 2.


The Importance of Christian Treatment Centers for Alcohol Abuse - Part 2

Even if you have never struggled personally with alcoholism or problem drinking, you have probably heard about the success of groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). While Alcoholics Anonymous is not strictly a Christian organization, the group does place faith in a higher power at the center of its...

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The Importance of Christian Treatment Centers for Alcohol Abuse - Part 1.


The Importance of Christian Treatment Centers for Alcohol Abuse - Part 1

Alcohol is unique among abused drugs for a variety of reasons. For starters, alcohol is both legal and socially acceptable. That sets its aside from street drugs like heroin and cocaine, which must be obtained illegally from drug dealers and which carry the stigma of committing a crime and the ever...

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Maintaining Your Sobriety - Part Two.


Maintaining Your Sobriety - Part Two

While every recovering alcoholic will have their own specific triggers, common things that can cause a return to alcohol consumption include exposure to small amounts of alcohol (think visiting a BYOB restaurant with friends), stress (like job difficulties or relationship problems, and...

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Maintaining Your Sobriety - Part One.


Maintaining Your Sobriety - Part One

If you have never suffered from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you probably think that getting sober would be the hardest thing you could ever do. But if you have struggled with such an addiction, you know that the initial recovery is only the beginning of a very long process. Simply put,...

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Alcohol Abuse Intervention Process - Part Two.


Alcohol Abuse Intervention Process - Part Two

The structure of the alcohol abuse intervention is straightforward and easy to understand. In order to be effective, the alcohol abuse intervention must be educational and informative for the friends and family members involved. The intervention gives those affected loved ones an opportunity to...

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Alcohol Abuse Intervention Process - Part One.


Alcohol Abuse Intervention Process - Part One

Alcohol is unique among other drugs in that it is both socially acceptable and easily accessible. The legal nature of the drug and the fact that many people view its use as no big deal can make dealing with a problem drinker in your family that much more difficult.
As with other types of...

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