RECOVERY

Karen in Drug Rehab
September 26, 2018

“Why Does My Loved One Love Drugs More than Me?”

This is a question that tortures every parent, spouse, child and sibling of an addicted person. Gain insight into why this person you love so much changes into someone you fear and how they can make their way back to lasting health.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
December 27, 2017

What to Do When Your Loved One Refuses Life-Saving Rehab

You see the deterioration. The dishonesty. The sickness and criminality. How can you save your loved one by convincing them to go to rehab?

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Karen in Drug Rehab
December 4, 2017

The Secret to Coping Successfully with an Addicted Loved One

In the United States, at any moment in time, there are more than twenty million households dealing with the addiction of a loved one. What are the secrets that can enable loved ones to come to grips with this problem?

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Karen in Opioids
July 31, 2017

Is There Really a Difference Between Heroin and Suboxone?

Suboxone is given to hundreds of thousands of people in America as a treatment for addiction to opioids. Suboxone is promoted as a real “solution” to addiction but most people choosing this solution are never told the whole story of what they are in for.

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Karen in Drug Rehab
January 9, 2017

Navigating the Bewildering Task of Selecting a Drug Rehab Program

When someone you love is addicted and you’re looking for a recovery program, it’s an intensely stressful and traumatic time. You need something right now but at the same time, you want something that will truly enable a person to stay sober afterwards. What do you need to know to choose the right program?

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Karen in Drug Rehab
January 1, 2017

Your New Year’s Resolutions and the Power of Decision

New Year’s is the time many of us make resolutions for the following year. But an addicted person has lost so much of his (or her) power of decision. Narconon has helped tens of thousands of people recover that life skill, resulting in a brighter future.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Studies
September 10, 2012

Study Shows Social Media May Hinder Drug Abuse Recovery

A small preliminary study has shown that if a person is trying to recover from a history of substance abuse, prowling social media may get in the way of staying sober. This was the result of a survey administered to 37 teens who were trying to get off and stay off drugs and alcohol.

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