If you are researching or studying the subject of addiction, you will come across many statements that addiction is a disease. But if addiction can be overcome based on a completely different premise, this seems to disprove the necessity of believing that addiction is a just a physiological disease.
It’s one thing to talk about the problem and completely another to define the solution. Many voices are in agreement that abuse of opioid drugs has hit an all-time high. But few voices define a solution that will have a better result than that which is offered at the moment.
There are plenty of challenging situations in life but surviving life with an alcoholic or addict is one of the most severe. The problems created by that person’s addiction can be life-threatening, can cause bankruptcy and the mental and emotional stress are unrelenting.
The subject of addiction and what causes it is rife with theories. Any area of life or behavior which is problematic and not well understood all too frequently lends itself to a plethora of complexities and proposed solutions which ultimately prove unworkable and do not result in a betterment of the condition. So it is with addiction…
When you’ve got a loved one who is addicted, it seems like all the rules change. The ways you have learned to care about and be patient with them just don’t work anymore. The problem is that it often takes the family a very long time to learn this lesson.
In this country, there are millions of individuals struggling with a drinking problem, and many more family members and other loved ones trying to help them. If you are in this situation, you are definitely not alone.
Narconon Louisiana is a drug rehabilitation center located in Denham Springs, Louisiana. Just like the other Narconon drug rehabilitation centers, Narconon Louisiana helps people get off the most addicting drugs as painlessly as possible using drug-free withdrawal methods that follow any medical wean down needed.
Here is a success story from one graduate of Narconon Suncoast in Florida. “At this moment in time, I don’t even have the words to describe the sense of accomplishment I have right now. This program has not only given me my life back but has changed it drastically.
Finding out that a loved one has been using and is addicted to heroin is a terrible moment for any parent, sibling or other family members. Yet there is a way out of the nightmare of heroin addiction.
When a family seeks a recovery program for a loved one, the variety of treatment programs they face will probably be baffling to them. It’s important to find the right type of program and one that aligns with the person's beliefs.