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Patrick Compton
faith based addiction recovery
11
Jun

Faith Based Addiction Recovery 101

Testimonies and research continue to show the power of faith based addiction recovery. Perhaps the most famous example is Alcoholics Anonymous’ 12-step program. It integrates faith in God as a key component of successful addiction rehab. Regardless of religious background, sobriety rates are booming. This is often thanks to an effective combination of addiction recovery...
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how to fight Adderall addiction
23
May

How to Fight Adderall Addiction

In 2016, The New York Times Magazine gave millennials a new nickname: Generation Adderall. Since its release in 1996, doctors have prescribed the drug to millions of people—oftentimes children. While prescription drugs can help us manage an assortment of health concerns, it’s crucial that we know their risks, including the risk of addiction. If you...
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domestic violence and addiction
10
May

Exploring the Connection Between Domestic Violence and Addiction

Domestic violence and addiction are undeniably connected. Nearly in 1 in 5 women and 1 in 7 men have experienced severe violence from an intimate partner during their lives.  In so many of these cases, substance abuse plays a driving role in the abusive behavior. Often times, this creates a downward spiral of more emotional...
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what to expect your first year of sobriety
01
May

Here’s What to Expect in Your First Year of Sobriety

As you transition from a life of substance abuse to one of recovery, many things will happen. It’s a lot like a roller coaster ride with many ups and downs. You will face many challenges, but it’s important to keep pushing forward and to learn how to live in sobriety. To begin this process, let’s...
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what to do when you relapse
23
Apr

What to Do When You Relapse in 7 Steps

Addiction relapses happen. They are fairly common too. Many factors play a role in how likely a relapse may happen, but on average 40-60% of addicted people relapse. So was all that hard work getting sober from alcohol or drugs a waste of time? Absolutely not! Let’s look at what to do when you relapse...
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Personality risk for addiction
27
Mar

Personality Risk for Addiction: What Traits Put You at Risk?

Addiction can happen to anyone regardless of personal beliefs or background. Nonetheless, studies show that some people are prone to drug addiction. There are a wide variety of factors that contribute to this disease such as genetics, medical history and age. Even different types of drugs and the methods of using them play a significant...
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how to overcome heroin addiction
06
Mar

Take the First Step: How to Overcome Heroin Addiction

If you or someone you love is a heroin user, then you know just how much power that addictive substance can have over lives. What you may not know is that the drug – and its consequences – has seen a rapid increase. Each day, between 300 and 520 people start using heroin in the...
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signs of alcohol abuse
07
Feb

What are the Signs of Alcohol Abuse and Addiction?

Alcohol abuse is one of the most difficult addictions to understand and overcome. Unlike narcotics and other drugs, alcohol is legal and easily accessed. Many social outings even revolve around the consumption of alcohol. But you or a loved one may have reached a point where your drinking habits that are unhealthy. This guide will...
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percocet addiction
29
Jan

Understanding Percocet Addiction and How to Battle It

After skyrocketing addiction rates and associated deaths, the nation’s opioid epidemic has finally come into the spotlight. Many factors have contributed to this crisis. Among the most abused drugs is Percocet. Percocet is a combination of oxycodone (a strong opiate) and acetaminophen (think Tylenol) that doctors widely prescribed to treat for patients to manage pain.  This short...
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staying focused on recovery
21
Jan

Staying Focused on Recovery: 5 Essential Tips

Recovery is quite a process, one that can be a challenging for both you and your loved ones. Each person’s process is unique. You may find the earliest stages of physical and psychological addiction to be the most challenging. Others who struggle with drugs and alcohol may find it difficult to maintain long term sobriety....
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