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Can You Voluntarily Leave Rehab Early, Or Can Rehab Make You Stay?

If you’re struggling in rehab, tell somebody how you’re feeling. Your counselors and therapists have heard this many times, and they will help you through...

Everything You Need to Know About NAD IV Drug Detox

IV drug detox, also known as NAD IV therapy, is touted as an answer for people struggling with addiction and difficult withdrawal symptoms whenever they...

What Are Adventure Therapy Programs and Can They Aid in Recovery?

Adventure therapy programs are for at-risk youths or young adults that are frequently in alternative to youth detention or probation, or are a last-ditch attempt...

What Is Nar-Anon & How Can It Help Families of Recovering Addicts?

What is Nar Anon? Nar-Anon is a 12-Step fellowship established to provide support for people with an addicted family member or friend. Nar-Anon is separate...

Why Some Doctors Recommend Gabapentin for Withdrawal Symptom Relief

Prescribing gabapentin for opioid withdrawal has helped many people kick the habit and is generally safe when used as directed. However, gabapentin itself can be...

Tips for How to Help Someone with a Gambling Addiction

Left untreated, a compulsive gambling addiction can destroy relationships and lead to feelings of depression, anxiety, isolation, guilt, and shame. If you or somebody you...

COVID-Friendly Social & Group Activities for Recovering Addicts

We’re all feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, but the stress of isolation and the loss of support can be significant for people in...

How to Easily Recognize Drug Relapse Warning Signs & Symptoms

Many people relapse at least once on the journey from addiction to long-term recovery, and some will relapse several times. Learning to recognize your personal...

The Relationship Between Codependency and Enabling Behavior

Codependency and enabling relationships go hand-in-hand. Changing old, destructive patterns is difficult but very possible....

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