If I’ve Been To Rehab Before, Why Will Going Again Be Any Different?

It may not matter how diligently you continue on the road to recovery or how much you wish to remain sober. Unfortunately, relapse is a possibility at some point for recovering addicts. Relapse rates during the recovery period are typically from 40% to 50%, according to statistics from the National Institute of Drug Abuse. Many …

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Why Do Alcoholics Say: Hi My Name Is ______ And I’m An Alcoholic?

Alcoholics know that drinking is a problem. But they may not be aware of how much it impacts their lives and the lives of those around them. The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem with alcohol. This can be difficult for many alcoholics because denial is often one of the hallmarks …

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Why Cant Someone Just Go To AA or NA And Stay Clean And Sober?

This sentiment is commonly expressed in the addiction treatment world by both patients and their loved ones who attend Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous meetings only to relapse shortly after attending them. The worst part of relapse is knowing how hard it will be to get back up again, but you’ll be stronger and more …

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Besides Clothing, What Else Do I Need to Bring with Me to Rehab?

One of the powerful ways to stand and care for yourself on the road to battling drug addiction is going to a rehabilitation and addiction center. It allows you to recover while away from triggers and in the safe hands of counselors and healthcare professionals. As you get ready to stay at the rehab treatment …

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