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Four Tips to Kick an Addiction

After fighting substance abuse for many years, Deborah King now shares her knowledge, which she has gained from her recovery, with others who are also struggling with drug addiction. Through her experience, she has devised four tips to help kick an addiction. Get out of Denial – You must accept that you have a problem. King suggests physically writing down …Read More

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Residential Drug Rehab Means Changing Your Patterns of Living

When you’re in a residential drug rehab program, you’re likely not just getting sober. Your experience, hopefully, isn’t only saying no to drugs and alcohol. It’s also the inclusion of new habits, new ways of responding to life, new perspectives and emotions that make life’s experience easier and more pleasant. Drug rehab isn’t just an experience of letting go of the …Read More

Virtual Outpatient Program - Lakehouse Recovery Center

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:

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Addiction Help: Learning About Your Early Attachments

It is well recognized now that the quality of attachment an individual has with his or her parents in early childhood determines how well that child will thrive. Early attachment is a core issue that has great influence on one’s mental health throughout life. For instance, the first five years of life determines the success of that child in school, …Read More