Help for Families of Alcoholics Coping with parents, children or relatives who are alcoholic can be a very daunting challenge; hence we all need help to soar over this nightmare. Where can I get help for my family? You might ask! In the course of this article we are going to discuss extensively some useful suggestions and centers that can provide help for families of alcoholics. So grab a cup of coffee and follow along…"WHERE DO YOU GET HELP FOR FAMILIES OF ALCOHOLICS?"
How to cope with alcoholic parents: Alcoholism has become a nightmare that besets every nook and cranny of the society and parents are not left out in these demeaning behaviors. However, there are ways we can cope if we are living with parents who are alcoholics and that is exactly this article will talk about. Helpful suggestions on how to cope with alcoholic parents Be informed. Being aware of how your parent’s drinking affects you can…"HOW TO COPE WITH ALCOHOLIC PARENTS"
How difficult is Recovery from Addiction & Alcoholism Recovery from drug addiction and alcoholism can be a long and difficult road for anyone suffering from addiction. The first step is probably the most important, realizing and admitting that one has a problem and need help. The second step would be the detoxification process and/or entering some sort of rehabilitation center. There are several different options for treatment. However, detoxing from the actual drug is of extreme…"Recovery from Drug & Alcohol Addiction a Long Difficult Road"
Can you die from detoxing from drugs and alcohol? Can you die from detoxing from drug and alcohol? This is a question that rings in the minds of many people that are addicted to drugs and alcohol. The answers to this question may vary by drug type and the amount used. If you’re alcoholic it is possible to have seizures while detoxing from alcohol. Alcoholic seizures can be horrendous to go through and you should…"Can you die from detoxing from drugs?"
What do the 12 Steps have to do with Spirituality? It’s very common in most twelve step fellowships to have 12 steps to guide you to recovery. The most common 12 step fellowships are Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous. These fellowships have written into the twelfth step “Having had a spiritual awakening as a result of these steps, we carry the message to the alcoholic or addict that still suffers.” There is quite a bit…"What is Spirituality when it relates to recovery? Are you Spiritual?"
Why Do You Need Relapse Prevention Therapy? When you’re treating an addiction to drugs and alcohol relapse prevention therapy and be important in avoiding relapse. A relapse occurs when the addict in recovery returns to the addictive behavior, meaning he starts drinking or using drugs again. Many addicts relapse on drugs and alcohol due to acting out on old behaviors. Some of the signs that precede a relapse: Angry or disgruntled behavior (yelling – lying –…"Do You Need Relapse Prevention Therapy?"
Drugs & Their Popularity in the United States are Staggering Made popular in the 1960s by mass media and music, drugs have been a part of United States culture. They don’t choose age, sex, race, monthly income, or education. Drugs conquered all. There’s estimation that over 208 million people in the world consume illegal drugs. Only in the United States, and according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health from 2007, around 19.9 million…"The Truth about Drug Abuse and Addiction in the United States"
Do you know about relapse prevention? Most people don’t realize that a relapse starts weeks, even months before you start drinking alcohol again. There are a few signs that you are given to. However, since you’re not actively searching for them, most people don’t even notice them. This ends with a relapse, which is why I am writing about relapse prevention. According to Gorski relapse prevention methods and studies, there are 3 different stages of…"What You Need to Know About Alcohol Relapse Prevention"
The Journey of Recovery is a Rocky Mountain it takes Faith to Navigate its Terrain The question you need to ask yourself: Are you or your loved one worth saving? I believe you are. It all starts with the first step forward… Ask for Help! I grew up with a good family in a good home and loved by many. My perception was quite the opposite which caused a lot of the mess that came from addiction…"The Personal Journey of Recovery One Man’s Addiction Story"