1. You Are Worth It_ The Importance Of Self-Love In Addiction Recovery

    You Are Worth It: The Importance Of Self-Love In Addiction Recovery

    It’s true when we say that, all things considered, nothing about addiction — or the road to recovery — is easy. Though everyone in life has an individual journey characterized by our own individual experiences, there are also common themes and shared dynamics with one another. When it comes to something as frustrating and difficult as recovery from various addictions, unfortunately, emotions…Read More

  2. How To Approach Talking About A Drug Problem With A Loved One

    It’s only natural to care about the people that we love in our lives. In fact, it’s only human nature just to care about people in general, regardless of how well we know them. When it comes to friends and family, the last thing that we want to see is someone struggling and going through a rough patch in their life due to a bad relationship, extreme stress at work, unhealthy eating habits, or …Read More

  3. Prescription Opiates And How We Can Help With Drug Addiction

    Many people seem to be unfamiliar with what opiates or opioids are, even if they have unknowingly taken a legitimate opioid prescription in the past to recover from a medical procedure. Opiates are a class of drug that’s derived from opium and bind to the opioid receptors in the brain. Opiates include a host of common prescription drug medications including names like Vicodin and OxyContin, and …Read More

  4. The Legality of Alcohol Doesn’t Make Drug Addiction Recovery Any Less Valid

    While substance abuse is a heavy topic and one that can make people uncomfortable to discuss, it is an important thing to address. If you or a loved one is going through drug abuse or drug addiction and needs help, honesty and being forthright about the situation is the right thing to do. Due to the legal status of alcohol, many people can be disillusioned into thinking that one cannot be addicted…Read More