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8 Warning Signs You Could Be Heading For a Relapse

8 Warning Signs You Could Be Heading For a Relapse

8 Warning Signs You Could Be Heading For a Relapse. Relapse is a cardinal feature of addiction, and one of the most painful. Most people who struggle with substance use will have one or more relapses - the return to drug or alcohol use after a period of abstinence - during their ongoing attempts to recover. This can be extremely frustrating for patients and for families, as they have already experienced great pain.

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First Business Conference After Stopping Drinking

First Business Conference After Stopping Drinking

First business conference after stopping drinking! My Sober Coach Michael Walsh and I strategized to avoid the possibilities of slipping back into old drinking behaviours - and it worked!

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There is evidence to suggest that many people recover without formal treatment.

There is evidence to suggest that many people recover without formal treatment.

For alcohol specifically, it is estimated that between 50-90% of people with prior alcohol problems recover without treatment, however more severe alcohol problems are more likely to require treatment to facilitate remission and recovery (Cunningham, 1999).

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Four Principles For Creating Meaning While in Recovery

Four Principles For Creating Meaning While in Recovery

Unless individuals in recovery become self-aware of what makes them truly content, it is very likely that the cravings will return with more intensity and relapse becomes a real possibility. This article was written by Daniel Jordan and posted to the Sunshine Coast Health Center's Blog.

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Addiction Triggers Come From The Strangest Places

Addiction Triggers Come From The Strangest Places

Addiction triggers are real. People, places, events or situations can all provide triggering moments.

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