• Where Is the Line?

    By: SOL Recovery Center25 Aug 2016

    Seeing your loved one battle with a substance addiction is a challenge. You want to help them as much as you can, but you also need to maintain your sense of self in the process. There may come a time when you realize that your efforts...

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  • Central Theme Being Sobriety

    By: SOL Recovery Center23 Aug 2016

    You should be comfortable when choosing a treatment center and treatment program when embarking upon your recovery journey. Determining what is best for you and what you're most comfortable with should always be a priority. Factors...

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  • Not a One Man Show

    By: SOL Recovery Center18 Aug 2016

    As a loved one of someone experiencing an addiction, you may underestimate just how much you may be affected by the disease that is not even your own. There is a culmination of things that you have to face, all while remaining strong...

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  • Judge Not

    By: SOL Recovery Center16 Aug 2016

    Suffering from an addiction brings with it wrongful judgment in different forms. If someone has been diagnosed with a disease, the only place they should be ‘locked up’ is in a hospital. Prosecuting someone of a drug crime, given...

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  • Be Your Own Cheer Squad

    By: SOL Recovery Center11 Aug 2016

    Dealing with an addiction is hard, not only for the addict, but those around them. It may result in the destruction of a few or all the relationships. Upon gaining sobriety, the thought of trying to salvage these relationships may poke...

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  • Comfort is Key

    By: SOL Recovery Center09 Aug 2016

    There is no manual for how to deal with your substance abuse disorder. After recovery, you might consider telling people about your journey. This may be intimidating given the uncertainty of their reactions. Before considering this,...

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  • Old Habits are Hard to Break: Changing your Mindset

    By: SOL Recovery Center04 Aug 2016

    A substantial part of an addiction is the mindset that influenced it and sustains it. With most things, the more you do it, the less you have to think about doing it. This is called forming a habit. In order to lead a good life, good...

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  • Trade Up, Not Down: What Will your New Habit Be?

    By: SOL Recovery Center02 Aug 2016

    While there are risk factors and various stressors that put certain people more in the line of fire for substance abuse, addictive personalities are a grave risk factor. Due to this predisposition, it is only natural that recovery may...

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  • Outdated ER

    By: SOL Recovery Center28 Jul 2016

    An abusive disorder officially classified as a psychological disorder should be treated as such. While the physical consequences may be the most common reason for a visit to the emergency room (ER), once the physical threats are abated,...

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  • Social Phobia: A Risk Factor for Alcoholism in Teens?

    By: SOL Recovery Center26 Jul 2016

    The best way to solve a problem is to get to its root and aim to prevent its onset. Alcohol Use Disorders (AUDs) have been a plague on society for quite some time, with adolescents proving to be a much-affected group. A 2013 survey...

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