Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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Addiction

Completely Quitting an Opiate Addiction

by William Weiss Opiate drugs are typically prescribed to people as a means of treating some form of acute pain. The natural effects that opiates have of …

Best Ways to Fight Temptation for Drug Addicts

by Ben Emerling Buried deep down in the subconscious of an addict is a voice saying “Go for it. It will be different this time.” My favorite analogy for …

Give Your Family the Greatest Gift This Year – Your Recovery

by Bill Weiss Drug and alcohol addicts are often given a specific stereotype. The truth of the matter is that an addict can be a successful business …

Prescription Drug Abuse and Addiction Have Reached Epidemic Proportions

by Dr. Dina Macaluso Drug abuse and addiction tend to be associated with street drugs and club drugs, such as cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine. It’s …

Understanding Addiction: When It Isn’t Just a Choice

by Maurine Anderson The word “addiction” is surrounded by a myriad of myths and misconceptions, and research as to why and how addiction starts is …

Ways Addiction Recovery Can Foster a Successful Career

by Per Wickstrom Addiction recovery is an ongoing course of action.  No one just beats addiction at a rehab center and never has to work at their recovery …

Eastern Wisdom Western Soul – free bonus materials with purchase

Today is the day Eastern Wisdom Western Soul by Richard Singer is being released. This book simply and compassionately guides you to a life filled with …

Alcohol & Drug Temptations: How to Stay on Track During & After College

by Per Wickstrom College students are more than twice as likely to abuse drugs and alcohol compared to their peers who are not in college. Having struggled …

Path to Addiction: Do You Know What Your Kids Are Up To?

by Darci Maxwell Kids do stupid stuff, we all know that.  But technology allows kids these days to do even stupider things that make the underage drinking of …

6 Tips for Resisting Temptation During Recovery

by Sara Stringer Everybody says that admitting you have an addiction is the hardest thing you’ll ever have to do. Guess what: getting sober and living life …

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