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Addiction Recovery: 2 Manuscripts

Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse Recovery and Stop Drinking Alcohol
Narrated by: Daniel Adam Day
Length: 5 hrs and 34 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Feeling as you are at war with yourself? Feeling as your thoughts and your emotions are drowning you and you have no strength to fight, but you are ready to fight back, and you are ready to take that first step and turn your life around? 

Struggling with alcohol or drug addiction does not mean you are a bad person, that you do not have enough willpower or strength to quit; it means you were unfortunate to step into that extremely vicious cycle that in order to be broken requires you to have a lifelong commitment, which does not come easy. Struggling with an addition in many ways is extremely difficult with the different challenges and obstacles addicts come across. However, since you are here, you have already made the most important step, which is wanting to change your life for the better.

Struggling with maintaining your personal relationships and to keep your mood and energy up? Struggling financially and seeing not a single way out? This is what addiction can do to a man; it simply destroys everything you love and about which you care. There is no magical pill that can make things better, but there is only you, your strength, and your commitment to make a change. This audiobook helps on that journey, providing valuable tools and strategies that when embraced will lead you toward your road to recovery.

Inside, you will discover:

  • What addiction is and the main symptoms of addiction
  • How mental health and addiction are related
  • What the main causes of addiction are
  • What substance abuse disorders and alcohol use disorders are
  • How alcohol and drugs negatively affect both physical and mental health
  • How to battle addiction in a healthy way
  • Effective addiction recovery strategies to embrace
  • And much, much more
©2018 David Craft (P)2018 David Craft

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Recovery isn't as simple as exercising enough willpower. People do not choose to become addicted any more than they choose to have cancer. Genetics makes up about half the risk of addiction; environmental factors such as family life, upbringing and peer influences make up the other half.

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The principles above are all you need, in terms of strategies, to build the habit of meditating every day. It is excellent Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse Recovery book

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Following detox and stabilization, addiction recovery patients are transitioned to the main campus to begin the Campus Phase of their treatment. This phase of treatment offers an introduction to the Basic Skills of Recovery

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For some clients in our substance abuse recovery programs, stabilization is available for those requiring detoxification and/or behavioral containment to interrupt the downhill spiral of their addiction.

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The Adult Addiction Recovery Program utilizes many of the following therapeutic techniques:
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• Procedural learning on how to use some Steps

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The road to addiction recovery can be different for every individual. Family history, support networks, the degree of intensity of addiction….these elements and more combine to make each sufferer’s experience unique.

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The myths about addiction are damaging not only to addicts and their families but to all of us. Its Narrated by: Daniel Adam Day. It has described Drug Addiction and Substance Abuse Recovery

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Many treatment centers believe confrontational, shame-based methods are necessary to motivate addicts. In addition to contributing to the stigma of addiction and deterring people from seeking treatment, research shows that shame is a strong predictor of relapse.

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Some people use multiple substances to create a more intense high while others take certain drugs to counteract the undesirable effects of another drug (e.g, using alcohol to come down from stimulants). Some supplement their primary drug of choice with whatever is readily available (e.g., using prescription opiates and heroin interchangeably).

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Brain imaging studies show that differences in the brain are both a cause and effect of addiction. Its Length: 5 hrs and 34 mins

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A time to come back to Recovery to help “recharge recovery batteries”. A time to remember and recommit to the foundation for recovery they began to build for themselves while in treatment.

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For many people struggling with addiction, the toughest step toward recovery is the very first one: recognizing that you have a problem and deciding to make a change.Recovery requires time, motivation, and support, but by making a commitment to change, you can overcome your addiction and regain control of your life.Remove reminders of your addiction from your home, workplace, and other places you frequent.

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Recovery leadership developed our Return Visit program. Since then, Return Visit has become an important and well-attended component of the programs offered by Recovery.

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The Family Services Department at Recovery provides patients and families with support and education on the disease of addiction, cross addiction, and the often-unrecognized impact on the family that substance abuse generates.

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Group therapy is the cornerstone of change in all of our substance abuse recovery programs. Its Narrated by: Daniel Adam Day

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Recovery continuing care process assists patients and families to develop a program of recovery and a support system that will provide a solid foundation to achieve that goal after they leave our facility.

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Recovery is committed to helping our adult addiction recovery patients and their families build a long term, self-sustaining recovery.

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Each patient undergoes a thorough evaluation prior to admission. The evaluation assesses the patient’s physical, psychiatric, psychological, social, spiritual, and family needs to determine the most appropriate level of care. The multi-disciplinary assessment team includes:
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Following detox and stabilization, addiction recovery patients are transitioned to the main campus to begin the Campus Phase of their treatment. This phase of treatment offers an introduction to the Basic Skills of Recovery