How can you deal with addiction in your family? Some New Year’s resolutions for people coping with addiction in the family here.
Mental health disorders are far more common among addicts than they are among the general population, and mood disorders specifically very commonly co-occur with substance abuse. More on the relationship between the two here.
Extensive evaluation and a personalized treatment plan are the first steps to treating co-occuring disorders. What else can you expect? We explore here.
If sobriety is about living life to its fullest, why are so many people against dating in the recovery community? Questions and more questions here.
What’s it like to go to rehab while on probation? An insider look here.
Are you stressed by the holidays? A brief guide of self-help techniques to help people in addiction recovery manage anxiety and stress during the holidays.
The gritty gangster drama The Sopranos has thought people many lessons. One, a positive one being what an intervention is, and about the challenges an addict goes through after rehab. Read the text and learn more, here.
“I didn’t cause it, can’t control it, and can’t cure it.” How can you employ the three C’s of recovery into your every day life? How to use the tools of codependence recovery here.
How can a mobile monitoring device really help alcohol relapse prevention? We interview Brad Keays, the CEO and inventor of Soberlink, on this new approach to alcohol relapse prevention using technology.
If rehab has not worked for you in the past, you live with extreme moods, or have been diagnosed with mental health disorder…you may benefit from dual diagnosis treatment. More here.