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Celebrities and addiction

Top 10 Celebrity Rehab Success Stories

Addiction doesn’t discriminate. Regardless of your race, gender, or socioeconomic status, no one is immune from this disease — even celebrities. Like so many people, countless public figures have suffered from addiction throughout their lives. For celebrities who have spent most of their lives in the spotlight, many were exposed to drugs and alcohol at…
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The Importance of Developing a Structured Schedule

The Importance of Developing a Structured Schedule

While some people love a solid routine, it can be challenging for others to implement. However, having a structured daily schedule is a helpful tool for many individuals in their day-to-day lives. Especially in uncertain and stressful times, implementing structure can help provide a sense of control and focus to help you stay productive and…
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8 Tips on Practicing Healthy Living

8 Tips on Practicing Healthy Living

Practicing healthy living may seem daunting, but the most critical aspect of healthy living is taking everything one step at a time. Once you’ve committed to sobriety, you may find that you have more time available. To reduce your chances of a relapse, you’ll want to fill that time with healthy activities, whether that’s going…
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Top 10 Tips for Building Healthy Relationships

Top 10 Tips for Building Healthy Relationships

While human relationships are important, they aren’t always healthy. A toxic relationship can cause you extreme emotional and mental stress and can precipitate a relapse. An important part of maintaining sobriety is removing yourself from your old life, including leaving behind any toxic relationships you had while you were using. After making this change, you…
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Avoiding Old Routines and Habits for a Sober Life

Avoiding Old Routines and Habits for a Sober Life

If you or someone you know is in recovery from an addiction, you know firsthand the work and commitment it takes to stop using completely and recover your life. Unfortunately, while sobriety is hard-earned, it can be just as challenging to maintain and avoid a relapse. However, one way to help you maintain your recovery…
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How to Recognize the Relapse Warning Signs

How to Recognize the Relapse Warning Signs

Getting sober can be challenging, and you may stumble along the way. If you or a loved one is dealing with addiction and has recently found sobriety, it’s important to stay alert for any warning signs of relapse. Because addiction is a chronic disease, you can experience relapse even after several decades of sobriety. Therefore,…
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Why Your New Year's Resolution Should Be to Get Sober

Why Your New Year’s Resolution Should Be to Get Sober

Drug and alcohol abuse is an ongoing struggle, and the pressures of the holiday season can make you more likely to abuse them. Even if you’re around your family, you may find they contribute unexpected stress. Immediately after the holidays is a good time to get sober. With the stress of family and work events…
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Tips on Sober Parenting

Tips on Sober Parenting

While being a parent can be the most rewarding aspect of your life, it can also be the most challenging. It is easy to turn to alcohol or other substances to relax and ease the stress that comes with raising children. Along with the stress of taking care of your children, societal pressures to consume…
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Is Suboxone Addictive and Can I Get High on it?

Is Suboxone Addictive and Can I Get High on it?

While addiction is not always visible to the naked eye, the consequences are dire and can cause devastation to you and your relationships. The idea of turning to a prescription drug such as Suboxone to ease off opioids may seem counterproductive in light of this, but it is an option worth considering. The opioid epidemic…
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loneliness and addiction

Loneliness and Addiction

Loneliness and addiction often go hand-in-hand. Depression can result from or cause loneliness. Many people try to self-medicate their depression with alcohol or drugs, leading to addiction. To understand the connection between loneliness and addiction, you first need to understand what loneliness is and its causes. A deeper understanding of loneliness can help sufferers recognize…
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Fear of Facing Reality and addiction treatment

Overcoming Fear in the Early Stages of Addiction Recovery

It is natural to be scared when contemplating recovery; if you aren’t apprehensive, nervous, or downright petrified, it means that you don’t care. Fear is a sign that you are ready to meet the unknown and face life soberly. Most recovering addicts experience fear when they pass through the doors of a treatment center. It…
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