If you’re in rehab, it’s likely that talk therapy – between you and a therapist, social worker, psychologist, psychiatrist or an addiction counselor – has been part of your recovery
Does your loved one need a “carefrontation” or family intervention? This type of sensitive, guided confrontation may be the first step in getting your loved one the proper treatment he
The disease of addiction was prevalent in my life before I ever picked up a substance. I can remember my friends and I riding bikes across town to shoplift from
Searching for a job is stressful for anyone – and even more so if you’re returning to work after some time spent in rehab. But finding (and maintaining) employment is
Fear is a big part of recovery. It is not always a bad thing. We had fear when we were drinking, using. We drank so that we wouldn’t feel fear.
Making the decision to enter rehab isn’t easy and it can be downright scary. But letting fear get in the way of your sobriety is one decision you’ll be sure