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Have You Developed Coping Skills to Avoid an Addiction Relapse?.


Have You Developed Coping Skills to Avoid an Addiction Relapse?

Obtaining helpful and effective coping skills during recovery from any addiction makes a huge difference in preventing a setback or relapse as often referred to. A relapse can easily occur during early recovery from addiction but can also take place years down the road if a person hasn't learned...

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Treating Narcotic Addiction and Alcoholism with Naltrexone Medications.


Treating Narcotic Addiction and Alcoholism with Naltrexone Medications

Many different medications have been approved to help people stop drinking or using certain drugs and they're very effective as long as they're combined with other important forms of treatment and support. Taking medications that help to reduce cravings and other symptoms of withdrawal doesn't...

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How Stress Management Programs Can Help Prevent Substance Abuse .


How Stress Management Programs Can Help Prevent Substance Abuse

There are a lot of different causes for substance abuse problems. It ultimately depends on the individual person and what they are going through in life to determine what is going to ultimately lead to a substance abuse problem. Some people, for example, have great difficulty when it comes to...

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Why Are Bad Habits So Hard to Break?.


Why Are Bad Habits So Hard to Break?

Have you developed a habit that you want to stop because it's affecting your life in a negative way but find it impossible to quit? We all have developed bad habits in our life that we would like to change because the habitual behavior is having a negative impact on our lives. It's hard to make...

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AfterCare Recovery Options Once Addiction Rehab Is Completed.


AfterCare Recovery Options Once Addiction Rehab Is Completed

Recovering from alcoholism or drug addiction is never easy and adjusting to life while remaining clean and sober on a daily basis after rehab is completed, can be extremely challenging for anyone when they return to their normal environment. It takes a lot of hard work and dedication for a person...

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There's Help for People Experiencing Distress due to Disaster.


There's Help for People Experiencing Distress due to Disaster

Millions of people have survived a disaster that's taken place in their own personal life or in the life of someone they love and their world is torn upside down. Disasters such as tornados, tropical storms, floods, earthquakes, fires, and explosions are among the many unforeseen tragedies that...

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Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab - What's Right for Me?.


Inpatient or Outpatient Rehab - What's Right for Me?

When you have a substance abuse problem, one of the best things that you can possibly do for yourself is to get some help. Unfortunately, there are so many different options to choose from when it comes to getting help that many people end up overwhelmed and shying away from the experience. read more

The Life Cycle of Addiction.


The Life Cycle of Addiction

In order to fully understand addiction, you must understand the life cycle of addiction and what takes place from step to step. The life cycle of addiction can be different from person to person, but the steps are essentially the same. What leads each person to become addicted can differ, but how a...

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The 12th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous .


The 12th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these Steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principals in all of our affairs. I'm sure we all have our own definition of a spiritual awakening, to me it's a feeling of contentment, happiness, and inner peace that...

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The 11th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous .


The 11th Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous Step 1 - We admitted we were powerless over alcohol-that our lives had become unmanageable. Alcoholics Anonymous Step 2 - Came to believe that a power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity. Alcoholics Anonymous Step 3 - Made a decision to turn our will and our lives...

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