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Relationships are important in our lives. We need others and others need us as well. But during the time that you were suffering from drug addiction, you may have severed some ties with your loved one. As much as you think that the damage is too big for the relationship to be mended, don’t lose hope. There are still ways that you can repair the relationships that have been broken because of drug use and

What do Do if Your Child is Using Drugs?

Posted by Argie on May 21, 2019

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Category: Teen Addiction
Kids are not just the parent’s source of happiness but also their source of worry. While a lot of books written by parental writers mindfully reminds us to raise our kids the right way, helping our children make the right choices isn’t always easy to do. That is especially true if you find out that your child is using drugs. Often, parents who discover that their child is using drugs are at a loss on
Drinking alcohol is enjoyable at first before the continuous hangovers take over. The advantages of quitting significantly outmatch the advantages of drinking. Quitting alcohol may seem impossible. It is particularly hard for people who are already addicted to it. In many cases, the alcoholic believes that there is absolutely no point in life without alcohol. As a result, they still continue to drink despite all the negative impacts it has on their life. A lot
“Relapse is part of recovery.” This statement is what people in rehabilitation centers and AA meetings hear very often. This statement is very dangerous. Why? Most people think that since it is part of your recovery and it is something that’s inevitable, it is okay to indulge when relapse happens. It isn’t okay, and it will never be. This will put everything you gave up, worked for, and the ones you love at higher risk

Tips on How to Celebrate Your Sobriety

Posted by Argie on April 7, 2019

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Category: Sober Living
Little milestones look like they are not worthy of celebration. But achievement such as one month of being sober is already a massive accomplishment, and there is no reason to disregard it. Fighting addiction is a continuing struggle, and a significant portion of this is currently admitting that it is difficult. For recovering addicts, it is extremely significant to discover new techniques to celebrate. Although a celebration without alcohol may not feel as meaningful initially,