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Don’t Rush Your Way Through Recovery

A common experience among new recovering addicts is the feeling that you’re ready to change your entire life now. Many men and women who are new to sobriety feel the possibility of a whole new life and start to take charge in a new way. Although this is a great feeling, it can lead to some risks. The danger is …Read More

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The Challenges of Going to Jail for Drug Use

Incarceration for Drug Use Only Makes Life Harder Lawmakers are learning that when a person is incarcerated for their drug use, life only gets harder for them. While they are in prison, the underlying problems that might have contributed to the drug use might only get worse. And returning to their home community becomes even more challenging when they are …Read More

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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

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Addiction Help: Factors that Contribute to Chronic Relapse

If you’ve already gone through drug detox and you’ve already been through substance abuse treatment and yet you’re experiencing relapses, it might be helpful to look into the causes or the contributing factors to relapse. For instance, experts in drug addiction therapy believe that the following can prevent long term sobriety: