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sometimes, i just want to punch addicts in the face

As a drug and alcohol counselor, I’ve seen more than my fair share of addiction-related suffering.  While I’ve been very lucky to have been a part of people’s recovery process, more often than not, I’ve seen people who just LOVE their substance too much to give it up.  402 more words


Understanding The Warning Signs Of Addiction Is Important

Drugs and alcohol addiction kill many people each year. By the time loved ones attempt to help the addict, any intervention may be too late. That’s why recognizing the early warning signs of addiction is very important; if loved ones knew and understood the signs and symptoms of drug or alcohol addiction, addicts can receive timely treatment. 330 more words

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Are Detox Clinics And Rehabilitation Centres The Same?

One of the most important things before deciding to quit drug or alcohol is to know where to turn for assistance. Choosing the right drug or alcohol rehab clinic or detox centre can change your life forever. 330 more words

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Press Release: "A Noble Work" Published

Sherwood Hills Recovery director, Richard M Knapp, released his first book in a series of three on the subject of substance abuse treatment.  “A Noble Work” sets forth the philosophy Knapp has been teaching since the treatment center opened 3 years ago.

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What You Should Know About Addiction Relapse ?

Relapsing after a period of sobriety can be very disappointing, both for the patients and their loved ones. Once relapse after a period of sobriety occurs, it feels even worse than it did before. 327 more words

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Trials n Triumphs: My Meth Recovery.

After being an alcoholic for nine years and a meth user for five, I decided that I had well and truly proven to the world that I was very good at being an addict. 751 more words

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7 S’s to Success in Addiction Recovery

Your manager/mentor. The main reason for a sponsor is to take you through the 12 steps whether it be in AA, NA or any of the other 12 step programs. 87 more words