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Alcohol Recovery

Starting the Journey: Understanding the Stages of Alcohol Recovery
The road to recovery is a long one, but modern alcohol treatment centers have come a long way. The gradual establishment of new routines, new normalcy and the pursuit of happiness can take time—but understanding the road’s path makes all the difference. The specifics of an individual’s addiction, certainly, require insight. For most people, the path to recovery follows a trajectory which stems from a “rock bottom” point. While waiting for such an ultimate low isn’t necessarily a good idea, it remains a common foundation upon which many struggling people rise from. Again: Everyone is different. By being honest with yourself, however, ...

The Ways an Intervention Helps Parents Get Their Children Help, Respectfully
You raised them right, but they still need love and guidance Addiction is frightening. As a parent, few things are more worrisome than a child’s addiction. Planning an intervention for your teenager or college-aged child may seem difficult, but it’s one of the most effective methods of substance use intervention. You’ve raised your child to the best of your abilities. Now, they’re old enough to care for themselves. This said, your role as a parent needn’t end. Your job is to love, care and nurture them. Sometimes, this means helping them seek help for themselves. The National Institute on Drug Abuse has covered ...

How to Prepare Mentally for a Stay in a Drug Rehab Center
Getting started with drug and alcohol treatment right away is often the best approach. However, for various reasons, some folks feel like they have to have to wait a while before starting their alcohol or drug rehab. Maybe they’re put on a waiting list, or they need additional time to tie up loose ends at work or with family before entering treatment. It happens. Regardless, if they enroll in an alcohol and drug rehab center’s program within 24 hours or within a week, they shouldn’t fret— waiting isn’t the biggest deal, as long as they’re fully committed to enrolling and completing ...