Get Rid of Drugs Once and for All

April 28, 2020

Is Drug Addiction Normal? Yes, and no. Most of us don’t understand the exact brain science behind addiction. At the moment, experts at the National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) suggest that addiction occurs as the result of environmental and genetic factors. But it is also centered in the brain.

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Human Connection is the Answer to Treating Addiction

April 14, 2020

According to Johann Hari, the author of New York Time’s bestselling book, “Chasing the Scream: The First and Last Days of the War on Drugs,” everything we have come to know about addiction is wrong. Johann Hari is one of the many people who have been affected by their loved one’s struggles with substance abuse. Whether we like it or not, addiction is a family disease that needs to be addressed and treated as such.

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5 Life Skills You’ll Need in Recovery and Where to Learn Them

April 9, 2020

From navigating arguments to managing your finances, early recovery is often a crash course in the real world. It’s often said that people with substance use disorder stop maturing at the age they were when they started using. If you were addicted to drugs or alcohol throughout your teens or young adulthood, you probably missed on out on learning essential life skills. 

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Battling Depression? Stephen Hawking’s Message to You…

April 8, 2020

This article is by Kerry Nenn and published by rehabs.com   He cannot speak. He cannot move. In 1963, he was diagnosed with a motor neuron disease and given just two years to live. Now, at the age of 74, Stephen Hawking is considered one of the greatest minds of our time. He has twelve…

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7 Addiction Facts a Lot of People Don’t Understand

April 2, 2020

Substance abuse. Recovery. Relapse. We’ve all heard these terms, but sometimes it’s hard to understand the facts behind them…unless you’ve walked a mile in those shoes. Riddled with misunderstandings and myths, chemical dependency remains a mystery to many people. Addiction does significant damage to a person’s physical health, mental health, and overall well-being, not to mention the harm it does to family and friends. With so many people impacted, it’s important to dispel any confusion surrounding this disease and its’ far-reaching consequences.

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Addiction Recovery and Procrastination Habits

March 31, 2020

Let’s start with a definition. Procrastination is an automatic, negative, problem habit of needlessly postponing and delaying a timely and relevant activity until another day or time. It always involves a negative emotion that ranges from a whisper of affect to panic. The process always includes a diversionary activity. It practically always involves procrastination thinking, such as “I’ll fix the problem later.”

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