I know times are tough right now but please, hang in there, Mama.
If you have a loved one currently seeking addiction treatment or about to go to rehab, some things can help make their stay a better experience.
I have realized that my sobriety is a gift that I chose to give to myself every day.
As someone who has both attended and worked at a residential rehabilitation center, I can easily list several reasons why I think residential rehab is the best way to face their addiction.
Words have power; they can inspire and heal, or they can hurt and destroy, so let's chose our words wisely.
I remember how scary it was to walk through those doors and stop drinking. I wish I could go back in time, hug myself, and let that girl know how grateful I am for her courage.
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Red flags to look out for that may show it is time for rehab.
Chances are, if you already suspect that your loved one has an addiction or substance abuse problem, then the odds are that they probably do.
While navigating a sober lifestyle during a global pandemic may not be the easiest thing on your to-do list, I can tell you that the rewards will be well worth your efforts if you stick to it.