Myths About Alcoholism Recovery Debunked

Deciding to become sober is a huge decision and choosing a recovery center is an important life-impacting decision. With so many misconceptions, stereotypes, stigma, and myths that surround alcohol addiction and recovery, research is necessary. Despite the many myths about addiction that exist, lots of people choose recovery and lots of people are successful in […]

Your Words Are Important! 3 Things to Never Say to an Alcoholic

Alcohol abuse and alcohol is not something to take lightly, it is a disease. The disease of alcoholism impacts people everywhere without discrimination. Unfortunately, alcohol abuse takes the lives of over 88,000 people in the United States every year. If someone close to you is hurting and struggling with alcohol, there are ways you can […]

How to Help An Addict Who Doesn’t Want Help: Yes, There’s Still Hope

  It’s not a secret, millions are suffering from addiction to drugs and alcohol. However, 23.5 million people in the U.S. are also in recovery from addiction, today. If your loved one is impacted by some type of substance addiction, its vital that you focus on their recovery potential. This is especially important because many […]

Stars Can Fall, Too: Country Singer Seeks Sobriety

Stereotypes are a part of life and there’s no denying it. For those who suffer from addiction- whether the individual or loved ones- those stereotypes are almost comical. Ask any of the hundreds of thousands of people in recovery who is at risk for addiction, and the answer is simple- anyone. From young kids to […]

When Casual Drinking Turns Into a Problem with Alcohol

Alcohol can be consumed in many different social situations, and many people in the world won’t have problems with alcohol as a result. Many people drink as a form of a social lubricant when they go out to parties, bars or clubs. There are also those who like to drink after a long day at […]

My child has a drinking problem – what do I do?

In a survey done by the National Institute on Drug Abuse in 2014, the attitudes among student in 8, 10 and 12th grade were measured. In the last 20 years, there’s been a steady decrease in the use of illegal drugs among young adults and adolescents. While there was no increase in the use of […]

A Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Center Can Help You Through Alcohol Withdrawal

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For people trying to overcome an alcohol addiction, the prospect of experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms can be so daunting that they continue to drink to keep those symptoms at bay. But avoiding this necessary step toward recovery means to continue down a path of self-destruction. To overcome an alcohol addiction, alcohol withdrawal must be faced. […]