Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Drug Addiction Therapy: Learning About How Abuse Relates To Addiction

Research shows that there are behavioral and thinking patterns that recovering addicts have in common with those who have experienced childhood abuse. Those who have experienced addiction and those who have experienced abuse seem to have the same patterns of thought. Examples of these patterns are: Beating yourself up for what you should have done, reacting to life versus being …Read More

Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Drug Addiction Therapy: Thinking Your Way to Sobriety

Alright thinking alone is clearly not going to get you to sobriety, especially if the cycle of addiction is in full force in your life. However, once you’ve been through drug treatment and as you’re attending drug addiction therapy, examining your thinking is going to be a significant part of your sobriety. Thinking differently is going to be necessary. It’s …Read More

Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Drug Addiction Therapy: Setting Up Your Support Network

A significant part of seeking drug addiction therapy and drug treatment is participating in your own healing. Sure, the therapists, drug counselors, residential drug treatment staff will all be there to support you on your journey, but essentially you’ve got to take your own healing into your own hands. In a way it might be difficult because part of the illness …Read More

Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Drug Addiction Therapy: The Power of Laughter

Most people take life way too seriously! And sometimes recovery is taken a little too seriously too. Yes, it’s incredibly important to follow the structure and merge into the culture of your recovery program in order to make the transition from addiction to sobriety. However, there are many moments in which it’s important to laugh, enjoy life, and discover the …Read More