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Drug and Alcohol Addiction

Addiction Treatment and Rehab For Professionals and Executives

It can be difficult to accept you need treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, especially if you are in a position that holds a lot of responsibility. Some people, such as business executives, medical professionals, pilots, entrepreneurs, and legal professionals who have worked hard to build their careers and social standing may fear taking time off for recovery. However, what may have started as a few bad decisions can result in the rapid loss of a respected job and reputation, as well as negative impacts on personal life.

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Non 12 Step Addiction Recovery Programs

Most everyone knows about the 12-step approach that’s helped people in recovery since the 1930s. The program welcomes anyone from all religious backgrounds as well as the non-religious. However, some individuals have a difficult time with its precepts. They do better with non 12 step addiction recovery programs.

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Do I Have A Drinking Problem?

Have you ever thought, do I have a drinking problem? Many people ask themselves this question. However, objectively answering it isn't always easy. That's why it's so important for you to know the signs and symptoms of having a drinking problem.

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Is My Spouse An Alcoholic?

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Learn How to Stop Drinking

We believe you can learn to stop drinking. While you may feel discouraged by alcohol addiction now. But, with professional help, peer support, and a solid plan, long term sobriety is possible.

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Family-Based Addiction Prevention: Q&A with the UN's Dr. Gilberto Gerra

According to recent statistics from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, substance abuse costs the United States over $600 billion annually. And while effective treatment certainly lessens these costs, addiction prevention has the power to reduce them even more.

Dr. Gilberto Gerra, an addiction expert who runs the Drug Prevention and Health Branch for the UN Office of Drug and Crime (UNODC), advocates a strong family-based addiction prevention approach.

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The Addiction Definition: Why It's Not the Same as Substance Abuse

When discussing drug use with friends and family members, we frequently don’t use the right terms. For example, did you know that the addiction definition differs significantly from a substance abuse problem? Words matter. Here’s what you need to know the next time you’re talking about the issue.

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Is Alcohol a Drug? Why It's One of the Worst

When there’s a celebration, people crack open a bottle of champagne. Bars are regular  social scenes where friends meet over a beer. However, is alcohol a drug? Not only is the answer, “yes”, but you could also make the point that it’s among the most dangerous out there.

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Am I an Alcoholic?

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Book Review: When Your Partner Has An Addiction

What do you do when your partner has an addiction? Stay or walk away?

Perhaps you’re wrestling with this question, having heard well-meaning advice from friends and family who tell you to just leave rather than run the risk of enabling.

That leaves you wondering, Does simply staying in a relationship with someone who abuses drugs or alcohol constitute enabling?

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