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Holidays Are Stressful and Difficult When it Comes To Alcohol And Drug Abuse: Here Is Why

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Holidays Are Stressful and Difficult When it Comes To Alcohol And Drug Abuse: Here Is Why.  Holidays are not invariably cheerful and encouraging and, inconveniently, possibly particular circumstances for those with alcohol and drug abuse disorder. This year, the most challenging for many in recent time, even individuals without identified problems with substance abuse may stumble. While vacations are a basis…

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The relationship with an addict

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The Relationship with an Addict Maintaining a relationship with an addict is not easy. The drink or drug they are hooked on becomes the center of their life, and their partner and family eventually take a back seat, along with anything other than the addiction. As the addiction becomes more intense, the addict is no longer able to take care…

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Hitting Rock Bottom

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Hitting Rock Bottom It is very common for people with chemical dependency in the recovery process to refer to "hitting rock bottom" when they speak of the moment of greatest pain and therefore of conscience to request help and recognize that alcoholism or drug use is a problem in their life. How deep is this bottom? hitting rock bottom when...
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Fentanyl and Overdosing

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We send our deepest wishes of mourning and comfort to the family and loved ones of Mac Miller. There are no words to soothe the heartache of a death cased by overdosing and addiction, no matter the functionality and capacity of a human being to continue to produce, in this case musical art in a very rich prose with popular…

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Detoxing Pregnant from Opiates

Detoxing Pregnant from Opiates

Detoxing Pregnant…Safe? Theres a baby born addicted to opiates every 25 minutes. A segment that few would like to attend or care for. The negativity and anger pointed towards the mothers lack compassion and understanding of the disease of addiction. The question is not so much about morals, but about the life coming. This is the one deserving the attention….

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Heroin addiction in San Diego and our community role

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Heroin addiction in San Diego and our community role With the rise of heroin addiction and opiate overdoses in San Diego, we at La Jolla Recovery homes are focused to provide a safe environment for those seeking freedom from prescription abuse understanding its wide use and availability in public. Although a stigma, heroin is now cheaper and stronger than ever,…

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