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Importance of Family Support in Recovery

by Brigette Dumas When someone struggles with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, the disease of addiction can affect everyone surrounding that person. During …

How to Help a Loved One when They Return from Treatment

by Maurine Anderson Recovering from drug or alcohol addiction is quite possibly one of the most difficult trials that a person can face in life, and therefore …

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 …

Quitting Cold Turkey: When It Can Be Harmful

by Maurine Anderson Quitting cold turkey—for many who are looking to remove certain habits from their lives, this is the go-to method for eliminating those …

Medications Used for Detox and Recovery

by Sara Stringer One of the prevailing myths about substance recovery and detox is that the process is completely drug-free. That people go into a rehab …

Addiction Recovery: Staying Sober after Treatment

by Sara Stringer Addiction is a serious disease that is associated with life-threatening complications. And, because of the dangers of prolonged substance …

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