Tuesday May 26th 2015

Alcohol

Living with an addicted spouse

Living with an addicted spouse

If you are living with an addict, neglect is probably common. How can you avoid co-addiction and place the focus on yourself? We review here.

How to make an addiction aftercare plan

How to make an addiction aftercare plan

A step-by-step guide on how to create an addiction aftercare plan. Increase the odds of addiction recovery success! More here.

Treating codependent behaviors

Treating codependent behaviors

How can you stop obsessive thoughts and worrying? Learn how to treat codependent behaviors step-by-step here.

88 Should I stay with my addicted or alcoholic husband?

Should I stay with my addicted or alcoholic husband?

If you choose to stay with an addicted or alcoholic husband, things have to change. Learn how to make the first step in living a life a recovery from codependency here.

3 Co-addiction recovery: Taking the first step

Co-addiction recovery: Taking the first step

How do you start co-addiction recovery? Find the courage to take action here.

2 How to forgive an addict: Top 10 tips

How to forgive an addict: Top 10 tips

The more you learn about and understand addiction, the easier it becomes to forgive. Learn how and why forgiveness helps you, as well as practical tips for letting go of the past.

The efficacy of group therapy for addiction

The efficacy of group therapy for addiction

Group therapy is incredibly effective for all kinds of addictions. Why? 6 reasons why group therapy is a crucuial part of addiction treatment here.

255 How to let go of an addict

How to let go of an addict

Letting go of an addict can occur in small steps. Learn how to start taking the focus off an addict and place it on yourself here.

8 What are alcohol withdrawal symptoms?

What are alcohol withdrawal symptoms?

Alcohol withdrawal is characterized by physical and psychological symptoms such as difficulty thinking, depression, mood swings, or (in severe cases) seizures and delerium. Learn more about alcohol withdrawal symptoms here.

Co-addictive relationships: Get angry!

Co-addictive relationships: Get angry!

In the cycle of a co-addictive relationship, anger is an appropriate response but it should be directed at the right person. More on co-addiction and relationships here.

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