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Can You Go to Rehab for Depression?

Many people suffering from major depressive disorder wonder whether or not their condition warrants proper treatment, whether by means of medication or a full rehab program. Rehab is, of course, not just limited to the scope of drug or alcohol addiction recovery. Both inpatient and outpatient rehab treatment can be massively beneficial for those whose …

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3 Major Coping Skills for Addiction Recovery

Stopping your substance use is important, but it’s only one aspect of your recovery process. The foundation of your recovery is a life designed to help you avoid substance use. Living this way requires careful thought, emotional support and a range of healthy coping skills. So what are the coping skills for addiction that help …

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Ways You Can Help A Drug Addict

Family and friends who try to help a drug addict get a lot of mixed messages: “You’re one of the single greatest influences in your loved one’s life.” “You didn’t cause it, you can’t cure it and you can’t control it.” The first statement and the “three Cs” of addiction recovery are often both true, …

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Is Alcohol a Depressant?

Many people drink alcohol to boost their mood. But sometimes, they feel moody after a drink instead. Because of this, you might wonder, “Is alcohol a depressant?” Understanding how alcohol affects your brain can help you benefit from alcohol addiction treatment.  Is Alcohol a Depressant? Alcohol is a recreational drug people usually consume for several …

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Tips for Being Quarantined with an Alcoholic Spouse

According to data available from the National Center for Health Statistics, approximately 79 million people across the country have exposure to alcohol addiction, which includes a married partner. Not only is alcoholism a health problem, but it is considered a social one as well. That means it is critical to learn tips for being quarantined …

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Tips for Coping with Loneliness During Quarantine

Do you have concerns about coping with loneliness during quarantine? Your area might be part of a lockdown, or you might be self-isolating to prevent the spread. Either way, it is not uncommon for loneliness to creep into lives. You might have to stay at home because you are in the high-risk category. No matter …

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How to Fill Your Time Sober in Quarantine

As we all struggle with the new normal that we must adapt to during this pandemic, that means coming to grips with shutdowns and social distancing. Those who are in recovery might be finding these uncertain times even more challenging. Not only do you have to adapt to these changes quickly, but it also means …

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CARF Accreditation: What You Need to Know About Rehabs

When you’re looking for addiction rehab, take the time to check into accreditation. The Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) is the industry standard. Though not just anyone is likely to claim to offer medically supervised drug detox or dual diagnosis therapy, becoming accredited is not a small or unimportant task. That’s a big …

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Common Pitfalls in Recovery and How to Avoid Them

Recovery is a life-long journey. Anyone who has embraced lifelong sobriety will tell you that there are times where the road gets particularly rocky. Though you may go through periods of your life when you feel clear-headed and ready to take on the world, sometimes events in life can trigger temptations to return to drinking …

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