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What is addiction counseling?

Odds are, you didn’t set out to become addicted to opioids, but it happens. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in 2017, there were an estimated 1.7 million people with opioid related substance abuse problems, with 47,000 deaths resulting from opioid overdose. So, while recovery from addiction may feel like a long, lonely path to travel, you are far from alone...

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Quick Guide: Adult Children and Parents with Substance Use Disorder

As a child, our parents are our primary caretakers, preparing us for what the world will throw our way, tending to us when we are hurt or sick, and encouraging…

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Is Kratom Dangerous?

Kratom is made from the leaves of a tree native to Southeast Asia and can be found in leaf and powder form. Also known as Mitragyna speciosa, is a drug that has become…

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Addiction Recovery: How You Can Benefit From Suboxone® Treatment

If you’re currently fighting opioid addiction and need a more reliable method of treatment, there may be some options you haven’t explored. One of these is the doctor-prescribed medication buprenorphine,…

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Empty Nest Addiction

Avoid Empty Nest Addiction

Parents of adult children will one day experience the day when all of their children move on from their home and create their own lives. While this is a momentous…

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Making Up for Lost Time in Recovery

Once you enter recovery from addiction, you are going to come face to face with the time you feel you’ve lost, or that your illness took away from you. Not…

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A Guide to Managing Relationships During Treatment and Recovery

Jump to: Making New Friends Managing the Digital World Dating and Intimacy Reconnecting with Family Separation and Divorce Parenting Taking control of your life in treatment and recovery means having…

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Why Relapse Prevention Education is Vital for Opioid Recovery

Taking the first vital step to treat substance use disorder is often a great challenge but ultimately life-changing for those who achieve recovery. The journey towards long-term sobriety offers options…

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Does Opioid Addiction Have a Link to Genetics?

If you know someone who has an opioid addiction, you may wonder about its genetic factors. Did their condition come from a family member’s genes? Will their children have an…

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The Dangers of High-Functioning Addiction

The most common interpretations we see of people with substance use disorder are usually accompanied by very undignified and inaccurate depictions of individuals who, in reality, have a treatable disease….

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