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Why You Need To Stop Hanging Out With Your Addict Friends

It is essential that you have a plan for yourself once you’re out of rehab. This may include a change in lifestyle, better diet, taking up positive hobbies and a... Read More

Important Measures That A Family Of An Addict Needs To Take

Alcohol and drug addiction could be the lowest points of an addict’s life, but the lives of the family members need to be taken into consideration as well. It takes... Read More


Effects of Addiction on Marriages

Effects of alcohol or substance addiction can cause severe behavioral problems which might leave a permanent mark on our personalities. It is important to note that alcohol and drug addiction... Read More


Understanding Addiction and the Simplicity of Cure

Addiction is a psychological trait that urges you to perform a repetitive task that’s absolutely detrimental to youhealth, work or life in general. Being addicted to a particular task provides... Read More


The Advantages and Disadvantages of E-Cigarettes

  Many longtime smokers were happy to see e-cigarettes appear on the market. The buzz was that these vaping devices could be purchased for assisting individuals who were attempting to... Read More


Parenting 101: How to Support a Child After Rehab

When your child has developed an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you may struggle with how to respond. Is this behavior that should be punished? How do you support your... Read More


Time For Honesty: Admitting Your Addiction

Addiction – no matter whether it is drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex or other additions – is a sure-fire way to destroy your life. But you already know that or you... Read More


One Thing It’s Never Too Late to Do!

When it comes to quitting bad habits, most of us are quite adept at conjuring up acceptable excuses for putting off what we know is good for us. Too Old... Read More


Discussing Addiction: Talking to Someone Who Needs Help

Alcoholism (and addiction in general) is not just painful for the sufferer; anyone who has witnessed a friend, colleague, or loved one battle with alcohol abuse knows that the recovery... Read More


Do I Still Have a Job? Returning to the Workplace After Rehab

Rehabilitation programs including traditional 12-step meeting groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) require a commitment to recovery. However, many people that participate in rehabilitation programs may not... Read More


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