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Keeping Your Side of the Street Clean in Recovery

Keeping Your Side of the Street Clean in Recovery

Keeping your side of the street clean in recovery is a foundational principle in 12-step programs. Through the steps, we learn that we had a part in many of the things that happened in our lives. Not blaming others for our circumstances is a common lesson in 12-step...
The Dangers of Alcohol Poisoning

The Dangers of Alcohol Poisoning

A Personal Story: I never knew the dangers of alcohol poisoning until last year when I lost a sorority sister. It was a Friday, and we had just finished midterms. All week long, we heard talk of party after party taking place both on and off campus. The night started...
Women and Addiction

Women and Addiction

According to the National Council on Drug Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), each year, over 200,000 American women die as a result of alcoholism and drug dependence, with more than 4 million women in need of treatment for their addiction. While both men and...
Addiction Rehab Family Programs

Addiction Rehab Family Programs

When my wife entered her first 60-day treatment center, I was told to participate in her addiction rehab family program. Reluctantly I did, but my head wasn’t in the game. I have a very stressful job, help coach my son’s soccer team, and, at the time, was doing my...
Drug and Alcohol Interventions

Drug and Alcohol Interventions

Addiction Affects the Entire Family Families and friends recognize the need for intervention when their addicted loved one displays extreme behaviors. In fact, usually everyone except the addicted person knows that help is needed and that drastic measures are in...