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Inspirational Quotes to Support Recovery

Wise words from others can be of great support and comfort to all of us in difficult times.  There is something about statements from people we admire that lights a fire within us and inspires us to emulate their greatness on our own paths.  The reasons why these...

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Ibogaine Research and Initial Isolation

Ibogaine hydrochloride (ibogaine HCl) was first extracted from Tabernanthe iboga  in 1901 by Dybowsky and Landrin. Research into the central nervous system and cardiovascular actions of ibogaine began appearing in scientific literature during the early 1900s. After...

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What is a Transfer Addiction?

Many people tend to believe that if someone has managed to recognize that they had a problem, sought help for their addiction, found the help they needed, and managed to stick to the path of recovery for that addiction for a while, they are in the clear.   Sure, many...

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The Opioid Epidemic by the Numbers

Just how serious is the American opioid addiction? Here is a look at our opioid addiction crisis on the numbers. About opioids Opioids are a type of drugs. They include heroin, which is illegal, but they are also the legal prescription drugs codeine, fentanyl,...

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How to Deal with Football Season When in Recovery

After many months, football season is winding down but the big game – the Super Bowl – still lies ahead!  Whether your team is in it or not, this very all American “holiday” is a part of our country’s fabric, and chances are you will be watching the game somewhere...

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Jobs in the Addiction Recovery Field

Now that you are well on your way on your own personal path to recovery, and have been successfully drug and alcohol free for quite some time, perhaps you are beginning to think about the ways in which you can help others follow in your footsteps.  Certainly, you can...

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What Jobs Have the Highest Addiction Rates?

Can the career path you choose actually put you at higher risk for drug abuse, alcoholism, and addiction?  Interestingly, but in some ways not all that surprisingly, research points to yes.  Since we spend almost half of our waking hours at our jobs each week, its not...

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New Year’s Resolutions to Help Keep You Sober

This year, don't aim for perfection with your New Year’s resolutions: strive for ongoing sobriety and all the steady, quiet progress that this entails. It's not easy to make and stick to New Year's resolutions for 365 days, especially when you're also struggling...

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The 7 Absolute Best Quotes About Recovery

When the going gets tough, many people turn to a motivational quote to help them find the inspiration they need to move forward along a challenging or difficult path.  A few choice words from a famous person, religious leader, author, or even a regular Joe can often...

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How to Break the Cycle of Addiction

If you are someone in recovery, or are even someone still trying to get successfully clean and sober, and you are a parent – the thought of your children going down the same excruciating path that you did can be terrifying and heartbreaking.  Unfortunately, scientists...

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