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Julie in Addiction Recovery
March 18, 2019

The Importance of Treating the Whole Person Not Just the Addiction

So you or a loved one are ready to get sober and you think to yourself, “Ok, all I’ve got to do is stop drinking or using drugs and I will be good; right?” Wrong. This sort of approach to getting sober is usually very unsuccessful.

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Julie in Family Resources
March 2, 2019

Help! My Child Is Addicted to Drugs… Now What?!

Perhaps one of the most difficult things that a parent can go through is having one or more of their children struggle with a drug or alcohol addiction. For many people, the first reaction would be “where did I go wrong?” It is important to not get caught up in the self-blame game because it isn’t going to help anything. The best thing to do is to begin to get proactive about finding a solution to the problem.

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Julie in Addiction Recovery
February 25, 2019

The Importance of Boundaries in Addiction Recovery

In order to live a life of sobriety after living a life of addiction, a person will need to make several changes to the way they live their life.

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Julie in Sobriety
February 20, 2019

Healthy Ways to Deal with Stress in Addiction Recovery

Stress, we all have it and it’s something we all have to learn how to deal with one way or another.

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Julie in Addiction Recovery
February 13, 2019

Is It Really Possible to Live Life Completely Sober?

When I first went into treatment, the idea of living a life 100% sober terrified me. I thought it would be boring and I had no idea how I would deal with the stresses of everyday life.

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Julie in Family Resources
February 7, 2019

Breaking through Common Barriers to Treatment: Part 3

In the final portion of our series, we will go over a few more of the common reasons a person may give in order to try and get out of going to addiction treatment.

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Julie in Family Resources
February 6, 2019

Breaking through Common Barriers to Treatment: Part 2

In the second part of our series, we will explore more of the common reasons people give to try to get out of going to rehab. We have also provided some tips on how to break through these excuses, in order to help a loved one agree to get help for their addiction.

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Julie in Family Resources
February 5, 2019

Breaking through Common Barriers to Treatment: Part 1

Many times when people confront their loved ones about their addiction, the person being asked to get help will immediately begin to throw out reason after reason why they cannot go to treatment.

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Julie in Narconon Success
January 31, 2019

Learning How to Live Life in the Present Moment

Before I arrived at Narconon Colorado, I was in a very bad state. I couldn’t function without using, however, I wasn’t functioning due to my drug use either. I didn’t feel like a person and I certainly couldn’t support myself.

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Kyle in Sobriety
January 27, 2019

My Loved One Just Completed Addiction Treatment… Now What?…

It’s a common story. Your loved one whose addiction has been a major source of stress, anxiety and sleepless nights is finally in treatment and some of the fear you have been experiencing has finally gone. For the first time in a long time, you can take an hour or two to relax.

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