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Staying on the path to recovery offers opportunity and clarity. Most of all, there are solutions to nearly any mental or physical element of pain you may have in recovery.
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Many people working through the detox and recovery process will face both of these challenges along the way.
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The fear of being sober is often about your loss of a coping mechanism. You’re afraid you don’t have the tools and resources to help you to maintain your sobriety. And, you are afraid that being sober will simply be too hard.
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How do you convince your loved one that now is the time to get help? It’s anything but an easy conversation to have.
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Understanding this link may help you to give your body more of the tools it needs to flourish through recovery and for the rest of your life.
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Providing support at a younger age can help adults avoid the complex struggles that often come when they try to balance work-life relationships.
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Many men and women learn through treatment that addiction doesn’t have to be a life sentence. Yet, it takes constant management and a keen sense of awareness to keep it at bay.
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For every person who struggles with addiction, there is a network of parents, children, and loved ones who are also affected. The Family Systemic Intervention Model acknowledges this network.
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The 12-step model, which can be integrated into group therapy, is a key part of many recovery processes.
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Choosing to enter recovery is one of the most important decisions of your life. If you or your loved one are contemplating beginning an addiction treatment program, you probably feel a lot of things at once: proud, hopeful, and also anxious.
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