12 Step Fellowships

12 Step Fellowships such as Alcoholics Anonymous are widely recognized as one of the best community resources available for recovering from alcoholism, drug addiction, and other compulsive disorders. Millions of people have recovered from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body.

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Relapse

Dealing with a relapse is difficult and can be a depressing and troublesome time for  an alcoholic or addict.  It is definitely a good idea to take charge and recognize that doing something about it sooner is better than doing something later.  If you or a loved one seems to have hit a relapse, it is essential to uncover it and deal with it full on.  Most addicts have a difficult time admitting their relapse and having a realization that they should seek help instead of going on another bender.  

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Study Finds Spouses of Alcoholics Can Benefit From Online Help

Women married to men with alcohol abuse problems can face a slew of problems themselves, with finding support for their situation near the top of the list.

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Desperate - Parents Seek Help For Loved Ones

Before it is too late, get the help that you need for you loved one or child.

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Being In A Codependent Relationship with an Alcoholic or Addict.

Codependency may seem like a form of "relationship," but it is not. Codependency is the inability to relate to another human being. Indeed, both codependents and addicts are often described as “intimacy cripples.”

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Alcohol Use to Recovery - Testimonial

When someone would say that I was an alcoholic, I would immediately laugh it off and go into denial mode because of the mental picture that I had interpreted of what an "alcoholic" was.

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Drug Treatment For Adolescents and Young Adults

Adolescents getting into recovery from our experience have a better success rate working closely with a sober companion or recovery coach rather than in an alcohol and drug treatment facility

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How Do I Know If I Am An Alcoholic?

It can be difficult to determine if you really you have a drinking problem—especially when denial’s at work. 

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Alcohol & Drug Relapse

Dealing with a relapse is difficult and can be a depressing and troublesome time for  an alcoholic or addict.

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The Link Between PTSD & Alcoholism

PTSD (Post-traumatic stress disorder), is a serious mental illness that typically develops after a traumatic or terrifying event. Much attention has been brought to the disease by the fact that many military men and women returning from Afghanistan and Iraq have struggled with PTSD. These people, and others with the disorder, are also more likely than their peers to develop an alcohol abuse problem. Coping with PTSD and alcoholism together can be a double challenge and it can lead to a number of issues.

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Alcohol Abuse & The Effects on the Body

Since drinking is so common in many cultures and the effects vary so widely from person to person, it’s not always easy to figure out where the line is between social drinking and problem drinking. The bottom line is how alcohol affects you.

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Intervene On Alcohol & Drugs

If you think that you or a loved one may have a problem with alcohol use or substance use there is a solution.  No one has to do it alone.  If you have second to watch, you may see that there is another way.  An Intervention is positive way to move forward into a life of recovery.

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