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What Is Aftercare and Why Is It Important for a Recovering Addict?

When you suffer from an addiction, you don’t just start using drugs or alcohol, you also surrender the productive version of yourself. You stop playing...

How The Goal Of Cognitive Therapy Can Help You Beat Your Drug Addiction

Addiction is a complicated disease that affects both body and mind. Over time, substance abuse can compound emotional and behavioral issues that may touch nearly...

8 Warning Xanax Addictions Signs: What You Should Look Out For

In 2012, 6 million people used Xanax or a drug like it non-medicinally.  Addiction can be a slippery slope, but the sooner it’s caught, the...

Understanding the Long-Term Effects of Heroin Use on the Body and Mind

Each year, more than 170,000 people in the United States try heroin for the first time.  The opioid crisis has and will continue to affect the...

Why You Need Inpatient Alcohol Treatment and How It Can Help

In recent years it was reported that about 16 million people abused alcohol. It can be assumed that these numbers are much greater since not...

What Role Does Psychotherapy Play in Substance Abuse Counseling?

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health states that over 19 million Americans have battled substance abuse in 2017 alone. For many of those...

Here’s How You Can Beat Your Addiction With Intensive Outpatient Therapy

Roughly one in 10 Americans over the age of 12 (that’s 23.5 million people) are struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol. Of these...

Co-Occurring Disorders: Understanding the Connection Between Mental Illness and Addiction

According to the Journal of the American Medical Association, around 50% of people who suffer from mental illness also suffer from substance abuse as well....

Getting In Their Mind: How a Meth Addict Thinks and Feels

How many times have you uttered the phrase, “If I only knew what they were thinking?” Seeing things from someone else’s perspective is the best...

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