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Alcoholism

How to Know If You Have a Drinking Problem – Signs You’re Struggling with Alcoholism
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How to Know If You Have a Drinking Problem – Signs You’re Struggling with Alcoholism

By on Feb 19, 2020 in Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Enjoying a few drinks after work seems harmless. Thinking about having those drinks all day long on the job may be an indication that you are struggling with alcoholism. A substance use disorder can be life-threatening. There’s help if you reach out. Am I an Alcoholic? How to Know You Have a Disease Alcoholism is a term that refers to alcohol addiction or...

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How Can a Professionals-Focused Addiction Treatment Program Help You?
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How Can a Professionals-Focused Addiction Treatment Program Help You?

By on Nov 12, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Professionals face a difficult situation if they have a substance abuse problem. You may know you need help with your addiction, but you’re afraid of admitting that because it could cost you your job. Professionals, especially those who hold licenses to perform their jobs, need to take steps to protect themselves and their clients from the problems addiction causes....

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Recognizing Symptoms of Relapse in Your Loved One
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Recognizing Symptoms of Relapse in Your Loved One

By on Aug 7, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Substance abuse disorder treatment doesn’t follow a straight line. Rather, it’s an up and down, curvy line that may include some instances of relapse. The sooner you notice your loved one heading toward relapse, the faster you can get help. Most importantly, don’t view relapse as a failure of treatment. Rather, see relapse as a common component of the rehabilitation...

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What Parents Need to Know About Teen Substance Abuse
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What Parents Need to Know About Teen Substance Abuse

By on Mar 20, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Many parents believe the same thing. “My child would not (or does not) use drugs or alcohol.” Others may not talk much about it at all, assuming it is a part of growing up and testing out life. Yet, drug abuse is not uncommon in teens. Many teens develop life-threatening complications from drug use. In some cases, that first drug use experience can lead to an...

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