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Is Hope a Cornerstone of Recovery?

Getting sober and staying sober could be one of the most difficult tasks that you will have to endure in your recovery. You must learn how to get from point A to point B without knowing how to navigate the bumps in the road that come your way. Without hope that there is something betterRead More

Are Women More Susceptible to Alcoholism?

Women typically get drunker quicker than men when they consume the same amount of alcohol in the same amount of time. Although an old wives’ tale may state that men are naturally bigger and stronger than women making them slower to intoxicate, the body definitely has much to do with how drunk each sex canRead More

Do I Need Anger Management in Rehab?

Someone that abuses drugs and alcohol are typically trying to escape emotions, such as anger, to get through life much easier. What usually happens is that someone who has a substance abuse disorder tends to get overly emotional under the influence and may express anger in an uncontrollable manner. There seems to be an underlyingRead More

Is My Loved One Ready for an Intervention?

There comes a time in addiction when you will want to take a stance of enough is enough. For some that may mean they will need to cut that person with the addiction completely off to protect themselves. With others, they may feel inclined to seek help from a professional to guide them through theRead More

Does Exposure Therapy Work?

Persons who have battled an eating disorder can have a hard time trying to figure out their ongoing diet once they have received help for their disorder. Going to the grocery store can be a daunting task to figure out which foods to buy and which ones to stay away from. Labels can be confusingRead More

What are CRPs?

As the time draws near for your teen to go to the college that they were accepted into in this fall, you may be worried about their first experience being away from home. Since you have already experienced some disappointments with your teenager being caught drinking underage or smoking pot with their friends, you mayRead More

Can Drug Addiction be part of an OASIS?

Recidivism is a common term that is used in a jail or prison facility that is defined by habitually relapsing due in part to participating in criminal activity which affects the majority of incarcerated inmates. Although jail is supposed to be a corrective way to help criminals stop doing the things that got them lockedRead More

Will CBD Show Up on a Drug Test?

CBD oil comes from the marijuana plant which can make you leery about using it for medicinal purposes such as arthritis, anxiety, and many other ailments the oil alleviates. You may have a great job that randomly drug tests you which you wish to pass without them finding any amounts of THC (Tetrahydrocannabinol) in yourRead More

Is Alcohol a Narcotic?

Unlike narcotics, alcohol is not considered a controlled scheduled drug by the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA). For those who have been victim to driving drunk and caregivers for someone who abuses alcohol to the point of death, this can seem unbelievable. They have witnessed firsthand what alcohol can do to a person’s body, mind, andRead More

What Exactly Does My Thinking Have to do with My Drinking?

The thoughts that spin in an alcoholic mind can be rather disheartening. In fact, people in recovery programs have been heard stating that “their brain is out to get them”. The reason why the alcoholic brain is important to call out in this capacity is because without stating the obvious, you may continue to listenRead More