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Asking for Help with Addiction: It Isn’t Shameful

When you admit to yourself that you have an alcohol and/or drug problem, that’s the first step. And it is a big one, make no mistake. But just telling yourself you know something isn’t going to remedy the problem. You need help to do that – and you won’t get it if you don’t seek …

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Avoid Situations Likely to Trigger Alcohol or Drug Use

Making the choice to avoid situations likely to lead you into trouble with alcohol or drug abuse is an excellent one. But it is also easier said than done. What can you really do to keep away from people and places that are filled with temptations and opportunity to fall back into your old ways? …

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Will I Get Alcohol Withdrawal Shakes?

Alcohol use disorder is a startling problem in the United States. In fact, more people die from alcohol-related issues than even opioid overdoses. Alcoholism is a problem that some people don’t want to tackle because they worry about what to expect. Consequently, people may wonder if they will get alcohol withdrawal shakes or tremors when …

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Struggling to Stay Sober? Try Some Self-Compassion

Being kind to ourselves doesn’t come naturally to some of us. It can be an unfamiliar practice for those who have grown accustomed to mistreatment as a result of trauma early in life. And while self-compassion is essential for a life of sobriety, people with addiction more often feel deserving of punishment. What is self-compassion? …

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