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Communicating to your loved one how essential this change is to maintain their family, future, and health is the best way to encourage your loved one to attend rehab. Rehab can open their eyes to the reality they are blatantly denying.
Shaping our everyday activities and even how we feel about ourselves, habits can either make you or break you. Set a goal and start breaking a bad habit and forming a new positive one for the long term.
Moving on from a criminal history can be an empowering experience that facilitates significant internal motivation for continued change and personal growth. Here are some simple tips to help remove yourself from this social stigma, conceptualize a positive future, and become empowered to execute a positive life plan.
A small town in Louisiana is attempting to fight the opioid epidemic that is ravaging the state through the use of lawsuits against opioid manufacturers. It is hoped that the lawsuit will act as an impetus for opioid manufacturers to change their ways and provide necessary funding for prevention and treatment efforts.
With almost one in five adults in the U.S. living with a mental illness, Americans that live in rural communities face consistent obstacles accessing treatment for issues such as addiction due to poverty and the distance from their homes to treatment centers.
Cigarettes and opioids act similarly in stimulating the brain and altering its function. When smoked, cigarettes release addictive chemicals that make you feel good. Once the brain detects the drug, it produces natural opioids, as well as an overabundance of dopamine, which is what produces a pleasurable feeling.
Have you made a New Year's resolution to get sober? Have you made the same resolution before, only to give up a few weeks into the year? Make this the year that you get the professional help you need to take your life back from the grips of drug and alcohol addiction.