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Alcoholism

Making the Decision to Enter Drug or Alcohol Detox as a Professional
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Making the Decision to Enter Drug or Alcohol Detox as a Professional

By on Dec 10, 2020 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

You’re struggling each day with drug or alcohol use, hiding how much you rely on substances to get through the next meeting, the next confrontation, or the next disappointment. It’s time to get help, but you’re a busy professional who others rely on. How can you take the time off of work to go through detox and addiction treatment? Making the Decision to Change It...

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How Can I Help My Adult Child with Drug or Alcohol Addiction?
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How Can I Help My Adult Child with Drug or Alcohol Addiction?

By on Sep 3, 2020 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Helping their children through difficult times is what parents do. While parents may hope that their children will stop needing so much support as they enter and progress through adulthood, the reality is that many adult children still turn to their parents when in need or in trouble. If you suspect that your adult child is suffering from substance use disorder, you...

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How Alcohol Use Disorder Occurs & What Happens During Detox
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How Alcohol Use Disorder Occurs & What Happens During Detox

By on Aug 5, 2020 in Alcoholism, Blog, Detox | 0 comments

Addiction creates dependency, a situation in which your brain’s chemistry is altered. When this happens, a person loses the ability to simply say no to the substance. They need it because their brain demands it. At some point, a person may no longer be able to stop using on their own. Recognizing addiction is the first step. Then, professional treatment can help,...

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How to Help a Parent Who Is Addicted to Alcohol
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How to Help a Parent Who Is Addicted to Alcohol

By on Mar 5, 2020 in Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Does your parent have an alcohol use disorder? When you see your parents crumbling under the weight of alcohol addiction, you may feel at a loss, unable to help, and unsure of what you can do. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, an estimated 14.4 million U.S. adults suffered from an alcohol use disorder in 2018. You’re not alone in...

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