Relapse Prevention

10 Early Relapse Warning Signs to Watch For

10 Early Relapse Warning Signs to Watch For

Knowing relapse warning signs is a huge component of relapse prevention. Both you and your loved ones should know how to recognize these signs as they can alert you to the potential for substance use and prevent a full-blown relapse. These warning signs often occur...

What Does Relapse Mean for an Addiction?

What Does Relapse Mean for an Addiction?

If you are battling substance abuse or addiction, you may have heard the term "relapse." Relapse is defined as when a person in recovery resumes abusing drugs or alcohol again after achieving short- or long-term abstinence. A relapse might result in you returning to...

Relapse Prevention Guide

Relapse Prevention Guide

Addiction is hard. The stigma of shame that comes along with it is real, and while finding the right treatment is one of the most difficult steps to take towards recovery is the possibility of relapse. Many feel as though they are weak in the recovery process, and...

Recognizing The 3 Stages of Relapse

Recognizing The 3 Stages of Relapse

There are many things that might cause someone to relapse: stress, cravings, peer pressure, etc. When it does occur, however, it’s rarely out of the blue. Relapse is a gradual process that first takes root in the mind before it manifests itself physically as drug use....

Avoiding Triggers That Will Lead to an Alcohol Relapse

Avoiding Triggers That Will Lead to an Alcohol Relapse

Alcohol relapse triggers are social, environmental, or emotional circumstances that remind recovering addicts of their former alcohol use. These cues produce urges that could lead to relapse. Although triggers won't force someone to use drugs or alcohol, they do...

5 Tips for Maintaining Long-Term Recovery

5 Tips for Maintaining Long-Term Recovery

Just because you’ve completed an addiction treatment program, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll never drink or use drugs again. Many addiction experts agree that addiction is not curable, but it is treatable with the right resources and skills. With the right...

Why Do We Sabotage Our Recovery

Why Do We Sabotage Our Recovery

Did you know that 40% to 60% of addicts who complete rehab will relapse? An even more significant portion of these individuals won’t finish rehab because they’ll sabotage themselves before they’re able to succeed.  One of the biggest obstacles between recovery and you...

You Got Clean, Now What?

You Got Clean, Now What?

Despite the fact that millions upon millions will face addiction sometime in their lives, only a fraction (about 10%) will ever seek addiction treatment. Among this fraction, only a certain percentage will successfully complete rehab and be clean.  Many people are...

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