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How to Hold an Intervention for Your Son

on February 20, 2020 | admin

No matter how hard it may seem, approaching your son when you think that he may have a substance abuse problem, is one of the most important things you can do for his life. Dealing with a drug problem head-on and as soon as possible will save your child from having to deal with the […]

The Importance of Family Support While in a Sober Living House

on February 20, 2020 | admin

Now that your loved one has finally made the decision to regain control over their lives by stopping their substance abuse, the importance of family support while in a sober living house is more prevalent than ever. Readjusting to the daily trials and tribulations of life can prove to be especially challenging to someone who is […]

How to Support Your Father’s Addiction Recovery

on February 20, 2020 | admin

Now that your father has finally taken the necessary steps toward overcoming his addiction, the best thing that you can do for him is to be a steadfast foundation of support for him to lean on throughout his recovery process. The people that recovering addicts surround themselves with can help make or break the success […]

Things You Can Do With Your Money Instead of Drugs

on February 20, 2020 | admin

For those who have abused drugs, you are certainly no stranger to one of the many things that substance abuse puts a strain on – in particular your wallet. The amount of money lost while in the throes of a drug addiction pile up over time. Between the money spent on drugs and the money […]

How to Deal with the Stigma of Addiction

on February 20, 2020 | admin

According to American stand-up comedian Mitch Hedberg, “alcoholism is a disease, but it’s the only disease you can get yelled at for having.” The hardest part of readjusting to life post substance abuse treatment, is having to deal with the stigma of addiction. This is especially true when it comes to meeting new people and […]

Why Finding a Job in Recovery is Important

on February 20, 2020 | admin

If you are planning on staying in a sober living home after completing substance abuse treatment, then you will most likely be required to find and maintain a job. Responsibility Since most recovering addicts have not been consistently responsible for quite a number of years, having a steady job will force them to maintain a […]

How to Choose the Right Sober Living Home

on February 20, 2020 | admin

When looking for a sober living home after completing substance abuse treatment, you want to make sure that you choose the right one. After all, what could be more important than maintaining your sobriety? Choosing the right sober living home can prove to be the difference between providing a stable foundation for the rest of […]

Heroin Recovery: What to Expect

on February 20, 2020 | admin

Since heroin withdrawal can last significantly longer than any other type of drug, it is important to know what to expect when going through heroin recovery. According to the Harvard Medical Center, the standard dose of heroin creates symptoms that can last from four to six hours. However, heroin withdrawal symptoms from that same dose […]

Relapse Red Flags

on February 20, 2020 | admin

Many people believe that if they relapse, they have failed in their recovery journey. However, relapse is a common part of the process and should be viewed as a hiccup to overcome. Keeping that in mind, there are still red flags that can be used to foresee an oncoming relapse. In order to best prepare […]

Top Places Teens Hide Drugs

on February 20, 2020 | admin

Nothing is more frustrating than suspecting that your teen is abusing drugs, yet you cannot seem to find where they are hiding the substances. While hiding places have remained relatively the same since you yourself were once a teenager, there are in fact new and creative ways that teens nowadays hide their drugs. Most people […]

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