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The 3rd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 3rd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Third Step of AA Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him
Step 1 We are no longer in denial, we are able to admit that our lives were unmanageable because alcohol was controlling us, we couldn't control it.
Step 2 In the second step we...

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You Don't Have to Abuse Drugs to be Effected by Them.


You Don't Have to Abuse Drugs to be Effected by Them

Drug Users Choose Their Drug of Abuse - Innocent Children and Others Don't!! Most people figure if they don't use or abuse illegal drugs they don't have anything to worry about as far as health effects or drug related financial issues. We all realize that taxes are higher due to the use of drugs,...

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy- A Positive Approach to Substance Abuse.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy- A Positive Approach to Substance Abuse

The Benefits of Behavioral Therapy Behavioral Therapy is a form of talk therapy that's used to help individuals suffering from mental disorders recognize and manage some of their symptoms related to their illness. This form of therapy helps people understand what their illness means.
The...

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Do You Know What To Look For In Case Of A Drug or Alcohol Abuse Overdose?.


Do You Know What To Look For In Case Of A Drug or Alcohol Abuse Overdose?

Signs and Symptoms of an Overdose A substance abuse overdose happens when an individual takes a poisonous and toxic level of a drug or substance. Everyone's tolerance level is different and depending on the person's health, age and what type of substance was used makes a big difference as far as...

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The 2nd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 2nd Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Came To Believe That A Power Greater Than Ourselves Could Restore Us To Sanity The second step of Alcoholics Anonymous is not always so easy. Many people attend AA meetings daily for months before they are ready to attempt Step 2. This is ok, as long as you 'keep coming back' eventually you will...

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Teens, Depression and Substance Abuse.


Teens, Depression and Substance Abuse

Adolescent Depression and Dependency I was fortunate enough to receive a comment from Celina about an article they posted on their blog titled 8 most common college diseases. If you've never gone to college or if it's been a life-time ago we just don't realize how stressful and exhausting this can...

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Drug Addiction to Drug Free in 12 Steps.


Drug Addiction to Drug Free in 12 Steps

Attend an NA Meeting, All You Have To Lose Is 'Insanity' Most people have heard of Narcotics Anonymous (NA) but may not be familiar with who they really are and how this program works. NA is a Fellowship (society) of men and women who suffer from the disease of addiction.
The Narcotics...

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Take Control of Your Painkiller Addiction.


Take Control of Your Painkiller Addiction

Treatment Options for Pain Pill Popping Epidemic At one time when we thought of drug abuse we related it to LSD, Cocaine, Heroin, Marijuana and Methamphetamine. Today there are hundreds of different substances abused by people of all ages and they aren't all illicit street drugs.
Many times...

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The 1st Step of Alcoholics Anonymous.


The 1st Step of Alcoholics Anonymous

Let's start 2011 off right, each month we will talk about the 12 Steps of A.A. one Step at a time and how you too can find healing and Recovery from Alcohol Abuse. Alcoholics Anonymous is a wonderful fellowship of men and women who share the same desires, they want to stop drinking. Working the 12...

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What's Your Excuse for Not Getting Substance Abuse Treatment?.


What's Your Excuse for Not Getting Substance Abuse Treatment?

Treatment for Drug and Alcohol Abuse Is Needed NOW More Than Ever! There are many reasons people who abuse drugs and alcohol don't seek Treatment for their substance abuse. Unfortunately the numbers continue to grow every day for those in need of treatment when it comes to:   Alcohol abuse...

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