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Will My Stay in Rehab Really be Confidential?

The confidentiality of a person’s stay in rehab depends on numerous factors, some of which are controlled and regulated by law while others may not. Being treated in a licensed and federally regulated treatment facility comes with federal and state regulations about patient confidentiality. There are federal and state…

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Leaving a Legacy of Sobriety

A struggle with substance abuse or addiction not only affects the person using drugs, it also affects their family members. Children are highly susceptible to the influence of their parents and children often reflect their parents’ behavior. When children consistently sees substance abuse in their families they are more likely…

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How Important Is It to Build Friendships in My Support Group?

Supportive and constructive relationships during rehab are an integral part of a person’s overall recovery from Suboxone or other substances. Without proper support and meaningful friendships, recovering addicts often revert back to a lifestyle of substance abuse and addiction. Building healthy friendships during treatment is such an important aspect…

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How Healthy Does Detox Get Me?

Drugs contain numerous toxins and chemicals that poison users both mentally and physically. As a result, detox purges both the mind and body of all those toxins to initiate recovery. To be sure, detox simply removes drugs from the body, but it does not mean someone will never again struggle…

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Dealing with Relational Heartbreak in Recovery

Broken relationships can be especially hard on people recovering from past drug or alcohol addiction, as it can bring out relapse triggers. Heartbreak affects everyone and if healthy coping mechanisms are not implemented to deal with the pain, it can lead people into destructive behavior. Heartbreak will likely cause recovering…

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Who Can I Talk to if I Don’t Trust My Family?

When it comes to helping an addicted loved one, not all family members have the best intentions, and some of their intentions may be misguided. For people who struggle with substance abuse or addiction, it may be best to seek professional advice if they feel uncomfortable talking with their families…

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What to Do When Your Drug Use Becomes Too Much

Light or recreational drug and alcohol use can quickly take a turn for the worse and lead to numerous problems. If a drug user has a run in with the law and gets arrested for possession or being under the influence, has an accidental overdose, loses a job due to…

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Reviewing DBT

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) is a form of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) that was more specifically designed to help treat people struggling with borderline personality disorder. Since its original development in the 1980’s DBT is now seen to be an effective way of treating people struggling with a wider…

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3 Steps to Make Room in Your Life for Sobriety

Many people are under the incorrect assumption that addicts achieve recovery once they complete rehab. However, recovery only begins once someone completes a rehab program, because the real work of recovery is done in day-to-day living after treatment ends. Rehab removes addicts from their lives of drugs, and…

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Setting and Achieving Goals in Your Recovery

Recovering from substance abuse and addiction can be a difficult process; however, one of the best ways to ease the long-term process is to set attainable goals and start achieving them. Setting a variety of short, medium and long-term goals can help recovering addicts stay on track while…

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Physical Activity, Staying Busy, and Living Sober

After completing a rehab program, a recovering addict will enter the real world in a life of recovery. While the fear and anxiety of reentering society without drugs can be difficult, it is absolutely possible to stay clean. Relapse is always a fear for recovering addicts, as the triggers and…

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How Stress Management Can Aid Rehab

Substance abuse and addiction are often the results of poor stress management and coping skills. However, recovering addicts who learn to manage their stress in rehab can support overall treatment and recovery while they even expedite the treatment process. To manage stress, it is essential to know where stress comes…

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Dealing with the Pain, Anger and Fear of Having an Addicted Loved One

When a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol, it can create intense emotions that, when uncontrolled, can block the addict from getting the help she needs. It is normal to feel hurt, angry and afraid when you discover that a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol…

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Why You Should Consider the Advice to Go to Rehab

Professional treatment at a rehab facility may not be something you ever considered or thought would be necessary. In fact, many drug and alcohol addicts are unaware that they have a problem that needs to be treated! On the other hand, other drug addicts are fully aware of their drug…

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