Steering Clear of a Relapse

Dealing With the Disappointment of Multiple Relapse

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Non-stop Addiction Spanned for Decades It was the first time in years that we had hope. It had been a rocky four weeks since my brother-in-law got out of jail on drug-related theft charges. And, for the first time, it was him who suggested that he needed help to combat a non-stop addiction that has … Continued

Recovery and Self Acceptance

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Pushing against an immovable object is an exercise in frustration, and a big waste of time and energy. Yet for many of us, we do just that when we refuse to fully accept ourselves as we are, warts and all. There are just some things that have to be accepted for what they are. For … Continued

Finding Courage in Recovery

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

People who are trapped in addiction can suffer greatly. Their obsession with alcohol and drugs can lead to the destruction of everything they hold dear. It is usually obvious that their addictive behavior is the source of the misery, but the individual may still be unwilling to change. This is because there is comfort in … Continued

Addiction Recovery and Relapse

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

What happens if it happens? While rehab can lead to recovery, it is certainly not without struggle. Many recovered users experience a relapse during or after the addiction recovery process. That’s why it is important to understand that relapse is a process, not an event. In order to understand relapse prevention, you have to understand … Continued

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