How Do I Best Prevent Relapse?

How Do I Best Prevent Relapse?

You did not sign up for treatment only to get caught up in addiction one year later.  You are committed to not becoming a relapse statistic.  You can do this and here are five good ways you can prevent relapse. Long-term treatment Statistics show that entering into a treatment program for ninety days or more is more effective than short-term …Read More

Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

6 Ways To Support A Loved One (And Yourself) During Recovery

                Self-Care Is Critical You’ve done a stupendous job taking care of the addict and alcoholic in your life until now. However much you might have enabled them, been codependent, and done things in less than the right way, you did what you felt you have to do to take care of them …Read More

Signs of Addiction - Lakehouse Recovery Center

Learning How to Delay Gratification in Recovery

One common characteristic of addiction is that the addict wants to satisfy their desires now. They want their cravings satisfied immediately. They want their needs met instantly. There is little patience, endurance, and serenity. Instead, an addict’s focus is on life’s demands (cravings, pains, triggers) and meeting those demands as soon as possible with drugs and alcohol that can self-soothe. …Read More