Sobriety

How Do I Stay Sober?

How Do I Stay Sober?

I'm a reclaimed alcoholic with almost 18 years clean & sober and due to these topics complexities and distinctly different personalities and varieties of alcoholics – this is a difficult question to answer. More so to do it within the allocated word count! Whilst there are certain common denominators amongstst alcoholics who attain long-term, contented sobriety this article focus not... »

Drug Rehab – No Insurance? Learn Your Free Rehab Options

Drug Rehab – No Insurance? Learn Your Free Rehab Options

Few of us ever plan on needing drug or alcohol rehab, and unfortunately, some of end up needing it without the insurance coverage to pay for it. With a month’s stay at a private rehab running as much as $20 000 or more, few of us have the savings to self finance a stay at rehab; and unfortunately a lot of us have jobs and homes and families, and although we are in need of assistance, we also... »

Staying Sober Can Drive You to Drink – Anxiety of Staying Sober is a Killer

Staying Sober Can Drive You to Drink – Anxiety of Staying Sober is a Killer

Google the word Alcoholism and you will get 25,400,000 search results. Addiction of Alcohol and Symptoms of Anxiety Depression can reduce the toughest person to a babbling wreck. Anxiety of Alcoholic relapse is a real factor in your quest to remain sober. Stop anyone in the street and ask them what they associate with the word Alcoholism and the answers will more than likely include the replies, h... »

Taking the First Step in Alcoholics Anonymous

Taking the First Step in Alcoholics Anonymous

Step 1 of the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous is "We acknowledged we were powerless over alcohol – that our lives became unmanageable". One could say that I took this step on a daily basis for the last ten years of my drinking. I knew that I could not stop drinking once I started and I also knew that my life was unmanageable in many ways. If I was taking this step every day for so... »

After Rehab For Friends And Families

After Rehab For Friends And Families

Your loved one has come home from a month long stay at rehabilitation facility. You may feel unsure of how to act or what to do now that they are sober and back home. Do you help them with their schedules ie work, alcoholic support group meetings, therapist appointments etc.? Do you leave them alone, if so, when is good time to leave them alone and when is it not? You want to help them stay sober ... »

Sober and Graceful Sarees

Sober and Graceful Sarees

The splendid saree is much more than a gorgeous casual wear. The maroon georgette saree has carefully done floral embroidered patterns spread all over the saree. The border frames have been handled in a unique way only to add to the grace of the saree. The saree comes with a matching blouse material that is best stitched with short sleeves and shallow u neck in the front and deep v neck in the bot... »

Do You Love an Alcoholic-Setting Boundaries For You (Part 2)

Do You Love an Alcoholic-Setting Boundaries For You (Part 2)

Loving an alcoholic is not about taking care of them, but about taking care of you. You have a responsibility to protect yourself from any of the alcoholic’s negative and destructive behavior. Setting boundaries for you is how to become healthy, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually. You may have to change a few personal things and schedules around the house a bit to accommodate your bounda... »

The Benefits of Sober Living

The Benefits of Sober Living

For recovering addicts who are trying to remain clean and sober the choices made upon graduating from treatment program can be crucial. Many people graduate from treatment programs and are then returned back to the exact same place and situation they were in while they were using. For a recovering addict this can be a big mistake. Transitioning back in to the community and trying to avoid the nega... »

Morphine rehab treatment: What to expect?

Morphine rehab treatment: What to expect?

2018-01-25 06:04:18 Recovering from addiction is more than just abstaining from morphine, it requires extended treatment that caters to your needs and teaches you valuable skills to stay sober. Read more about the principles which have been proven effective in treating addiction. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] Original Source »

Who are Some Famous Alcoholics?

Who are Some Famous Alcoholics?

Many people became famous in spite of (or sometimes because of) their alcoholism. Here is a short list: Ulysses S. Grant. 18th president of the United States (1869-1877). His drinking seems to have been bought on by boredom. In other words, when he was not busy, he drank. It did interfere with his work enough that he was relieved of his military duties in 1854. The Civil War came along and his dri... »

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