Practical steps to help to guide you through the process of planning and performing a drug or alcohl intervention for a loved one, by author and addiction treatment specialist, Dr. Howard Samuels.
When it comes to addiction recovery, which associations are triggers for you? A basic worksheet with questions about relapse prevention triggers here.
What are some of the fundamental lessons you must learn to ensure you have a strong recovery? Addictions therapist and author Beth Burgess shares here.
Yes, alcohol can make you feel euphoric, or “high”. Here, we review how alcohol works to get you high and how to identify problems when drinking.
A practical exercise for anyone affected by addiction to help you get out of denial. Increase your chances of living a happy, serene, joyful life by addressing denial today!
Do app users, as a group, have an advantage in terms of maintaining sobriety. Yes! We review here and invite your feedback on using apps for addiction recovery here.
Detoxing is a period of time during which you go through withdrawal. While detox is a highly individual experience, it’s usually pretty uncomfortable. More on understanding detox here.
One unit of alcohol stays for about 2 hours in the body after consumption. But can effects of alcohol linger? We review here.
Questions to help guide you in identifying addiction in a spouse or partner.
What is the best way to get back on track with recovery after a relapse? Addictions therapist Beth Burgess shares the 7 vital steps to recovering from relapse – and coming back even stronger.