When you’re in recovery, you try to commit to a life of sobriety. You change your old ways, especially your attitude. You may also need to change your friends, even move to a different city, if that’s what it takes. The things with recovery is, a change must indeed happen so that it’s harder for you to go back to your life when you were in active addiction. Read More
Getting sober can be indescribably difficult–but keeping that sobriety is a whole new ballgame altogether. While your decision to become sober entails that you make major changes to your life, staying sober means you have to stick to those changes despite all hardship and temptation. It’s staying true to your commitment to yourself. Read More
With the opioid epidemic at an ever-increasing high in the United States, it’s no wonder that doctors are often considered as dealers dressed in white. However, it’s just not in the US that prescription drugs are widely misused. Read More
There’s a link between addiction and ADHD, a neurological disorder that makes people incapable of controlling impulsive behavior. Read More
Bridges of Hope, one of the country’s largest and fastest growing private rehab centers, hosted the seminar titled “Talk About Drugs” in coordination with ISSUP (International Society for Substance Use Professionals), Living Free Foundation, and Colombo Plan. Read More
All over the world, marijuana is being legalized. This in turn have caused more people to become heavy users of the drug. Sure, there are widespread studies that herald the medicinal and therapeutic benefits of marijuana. But why are many concerned?
Find out why marijuana is actually more dangerous than you think. Read More
Christmas is different when you’re on drugs or struggling with an addiction. Here’s a parody of a holiday favorite, “The 12 Days of Christmas” reinterpreted for drug addiction from Recovery Connection. Read More
Relationships are messy. And if you get into a relationship with someone who is on active addiction, whether it’s on drugs, alcohol, or some behavior such as gambling and video games, it’s a whole another level of complicated.
It can be toxic. Read More
Being with an addict, whether they’re family members or domestic partners, can be baffling, confusing, frustrating, frightening, and saddening. It can also be a whole lot of lonely as your’e left alone trying to understand why they are the way that they are. Read More