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Helping Your Loved One to Avoid Addiction Relapse
Written on: 11/29/2018

It’s not easy to beat addiction. When people are working to overcome addiction, they often experience a lot of difficulties. It can be challenging to address the issues you’ve been dealing with for so long. Therapy and treatment for addiction often dig beneath the surface, uncovering the underlying causes of substance abuse in the individual’s […]

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When You’re Dealing With Trauma and Substance Dependence
Written on: 11/28/2018

People who are suffering from addiction often deal with other situations. Some individuals struggle with depression along with substance abuse. Others suffer from addiction paired with an anxiety disorder. Then, there are many individuals who are dealing with trauma along with substance abuse and dependence. Trauma is the way the brain responds to a disturbing […]

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Recognizing the Common Signs of Alcohol Dependence
Written on: 11/26/2018

Alcoholism isn’t a new problem. It’s been affecting individuals for years and years. People have felt the negative impact of alcohol abuse for generations. And, unfortunately, people are still feeling those effects. Substance abuse is a common problem. But, the fact that it’s common does not at all negate the fact that addiction is very […]

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When a Family Member Shows Signs of Substance Abuse
Written on: 11/21/2018

If you have noticed any signs of substance abuse in the life of a loved one, you may be unsure of what to do. How do you handle this? Addiction is very serious. When a person is suffering from drug or alcohol abuse, it means that the individual has become dependent on that substance. As […]

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Working Towards Recovery: Facing Addiction Head-On
Written on: 11/19/2018

Many individuals are currently facing addiction. They’re dealing with the effects of drug and alcohol abuse and seeing that it’s difficult to fight against this problem alone. It’s definitely hard to overcome addiction and many families are discovering just how much life can change when substance abuse is in the picture. Thankfully, there are so […]

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Drinking and Depression: Dual Diagnosis Treatment
Written on: 11/14/2018

People develop substance addictions for various reasons. Some become addicted to the medication they were originally using to treat chronic pain. Others grow dependent on illicit drugs as a result of peer pressure. Many people become addicted to or dependent on alcohol while trying to cope with anxiety or depression. In any case, addiction is […]

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3 Major Things You Should Know About Substance Addiction
Written on: 11/09/2018

Addiction. It’s a word we hear far too often today. And it’s an illness that has attacked far too many families. Individuals from all walks of life are being affected by this problem. People are being separated from their loved ones because of it. Some people lose their jobs. Others fall into the darkness of […]

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Taking Benzos for Anxiety Can Lead to Substance Dependence
Written on: 10/29/2018

Anxiety disorders are affecting many people around in our communities. Many people are dealing with anxiety on a daily basis. Perhaps one of the most unfortunate things about this issue is that people are often prescribed medication for such disorders. The fact that people use prescriptions to manage the disorder isn’t necessarily the problem. But […]

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About Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Addiction Treatment
Written on: 10/26/2018

When a person is dealing with an addiction problem, the best thing he or she can ever do is ask for help. It’s important to get the right kind of help, though. There are plenty of treatment facilities out there. But, it’s necessary to find the facility that’s best for you. Be sure that the […]

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Substance Abuse Relapse: How to Overcome Mental Relapse
Written on: 10/23/2018

As people work to overcome addiction, they encounter a lot of challenges. There are many obstacles and situations that can make recovery difficult. Sometimes, these challenges cause people to relapse and return to substance abuse. Many people think that relapse happens as soon as an individual takes a drink or uses a drug again. But, […]

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