Family Support for Addiction Recovery

By Amanda Stevens, BS | March 27, 2020

The family plays an important role in successful addiction recovery. It’s all too common for people with an addiction to seek support without their family’s support, making it more difficult to move forward honestly and transparently. In this article, we’re exploring the importance of family support for addiction recovery. Family Support For Addiction Recovery In…

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Married to an Addict in Recovery?

By Amanda Stevens, BS | March 25, 2020

Being married to an addict in recovery can be a challenge. Like most spouses, you may not know how to handle the situation or provide the help your loved one needs. In this article, we’re sharing a few things you need to know if you’re married to an addict in recovery. Married To An Addict…

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What is PHP Treatment (And Do You Need it)?

By Amanda Stevens, BS | March 17, 2020

Some addictions require close medical attention and care throughout recovery to ensure the patient is safe. In this article, we’re taking a closer look at one of the concerns we hear often from people interested in overcoming addiction – what is PHP treatment? What Is PHP Treatment? At first glance, partial hospitalization sounds like a step…

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What Causes Addiction (And Are You at Risk)?

By Amanda Stevens, BS | March 10, 2020

Although the causes of addiction aren’t as big of a mystery to us as they may have been in the past, there are still many things we don’t completely understand. As meticulous as the scientific community can be, studies are imperfect, and many theories require years of research and data analysis to verify. As such,…

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It’s Time To Get Selfish For The Sake of Your Sobriety

By Amanda Stevens, BS | March 5, 2020

Oscar Wilde said, “Selfishness is not living as one wishes to live. It is asking others to live as one wishes to live.” Selfishness is a trait that everyone has. Whether we want to admit it, we tend to be biased toward ourselves. We think our way is the best, our views are the better, and…

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Addiction Among All Walks of Life

By Amanda Stevens, BS | February 21, 2020

One thing about addiction that is undeniable is that it does not discriminate. Addiction does not care about age, sex, skin color, or sexuality. It doesn’t care whether you go to church or abstain from religion. It does not look at your paycheck to determine your income and class. Addiction has a singular target: humanity.…

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How To Fight Addiction Triggers

By Amanda Stevens, BS | February 18, 2020

An addict is always in recovery. I am sure you have heard that statement before, as there is no cure for addiction. Once you hit recovery, that is where you will stay – unless you relapse. For an addict, the risk of relapsing is always right around the corner. Let’s face it – relapse happens.…

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What Are The Symptoms Of Cocaine Withdrawal?

By Amanda Stevens, BS | February 4, 2020

Cocaine is a stimulant derived from coca leaves. First discovered and used as a medicinal tool after the creation of coca wine in the 19th century, cocaine today is an illicit drug capable of creating a powerful sense of joy and euphoria, followed by an extreme crash. It is highly addictive and has extensive side effects…

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What Happens If You Overdose Without Treatment?

By Amanda Stevens, BS | January 24, 2020

Drug addiction has an unfortunately high likelihood of causing permanent damage to the body and mind – and far too often, it ends in death. The dangers of drug addiction can’t be understated, and they’re more relevant today than ever before, as an overdose without treatment is the leading cause of death in the United…

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Starting Off Your Sober Life Right

By Amanda Stevens, BS | January 21, 2020

Living a sober life is a challenge – but challenges are what shape people and, generally, help us become stronger and better individuals. When framing something as a challenge, it doesn’t become an impossible wall to climb but a mountain to conquer. That’s exactly the kind of attitude that best describes a successful recovery –…

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