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Separation Anxiety: When Your Partner Goes to Rehab
Seabrook | 12 November

Home Alone Your partner’s substance abuse got way out of hand. Fortunately, they recognized their issue and sought out treatment.

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Incarceration and Addiction
Tracey L. Kelley | 25 October

To fully understand the impact of an individual’s substance use disorder (SUD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD), professional care providers

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What to Expect During Addiction Detox
Tracey L. Kelley | 20 October

When you’ve made the decision to seek help for drug or alcohol addiction, there are many unknowns. What will sober

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“Healing Is Possible”: Interview With Seabrook CEO Gina Marchando
Tracey L. Kelley | 7 October

Because there’s no single cause for addiction, it can be hard to know what kind of treatment to seek. So

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The Dos and Don’ts of Addressing Addiction in a Loved One
Loren Solomon | 20 September

When Your Loved One Is Struggling with Addiction Suspecting (or knowing) that loved one is struggling with an addiction to

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It Pays to Get Treatment – But How Will You Pay For Treatment?
Rob Cline | 16 May

You may find it easy to come up with reasons to avoid going to treatment for your substance use disorder

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Know the Signs of Substance Use Disorder
Rob Cline | 16 April

It is no secret that a substance use disorder can upend a person’s life. But sometimes people who are struggling

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Addicted to cough syrup
Seabrook | 3 December

It is not just prescription drugs that are a hazard in your medicine cabinet. With peak flu season approaching more

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Acupuncture in Recovery
Seabrook | 20 November

Acupuncture is an effective holistic approach to addiction recovery, especially in early stages such as detoxification. This Chinese tradition has

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negative emotions
How to Handle Negative Emotions in Addiction Recovery
Seabrook | 26 July

In the initial phases of drug recovery, you can initially feel as if you are on top of the world.

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