Recovery & Wellness Blog

It is easy to get caught in the trap of enabling if someone you love has an addiction to alcohol. However, when you see your loved one struggling with substance abuse, your first instinct is to help and offer support. This help and support can have a reverse effect on the situation and make things worse if you don’t know the best way to do that. But how can you
Relapse is a big problem in the alcohol and drug addiction recovery process. However, you need to understand that relapse does not mean that the treatment process has failed! It only means that you need to readjust the treatment plan. According to research from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, forty to sixty percent of people who go through recovery programs relapse. In fact, most people have multiple setbacks before
Drug cravings are an expected reaction if you’re trying to quit a drug. No matter whether you just stopped using drugs this week or you haven’t used it in months, you’re likely to experience an urge to use it at some point. Drug cravings can quickly lead to a relapse if not managed appropriately. However, you need to recognize when a craving cycle begins and then intervene before it pulls