Month: December 2017

How Spirituality Affects Addiction Recovery

December 25, 2017

There may be a misunderstanding amongst the masses about the importance of spirituality to addiction recovery. Addiction itself can rip the soul of spirituality, changing our emotions and perspectives toward negativity, creating dangerous, self-fulfilling prophecies. The process of detox and recovery must include the reintegration of spirituality into one’s life. But don’t get confused, spirituality […]

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Sugar Coated Scottsdale Addiction Rehab Is Sweet but Won’t Get You Sober

December 21, 2017

If you’ve gotten to the point where you’re sick and tired (literally) of this drug- or alcohol-dependent existence, life is already looking up. Because you’re one step closer to sobriety, though it’s hard to know you’ve finally arrived at “this place”. Wrought with conflicting thoughts and drowning in the numbness you’ve grown to accept, a […]

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Why Ethical Drug Rehabs in Arizona Are So Hard to Find

December 13, 2017

It’s been said that “Money is the root of all evil.” Perhaps not always but in the addiction treatment and recovery industry, that philosophy is showing a heavy hand – to the detriment of the people who really need the help. It’s no wonder. This is a $35 billion business. And with the growing number […]

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AIDS and Heroin, a Reunited Risk?

December 1, 2017

Be afraid. Be very afraid. Why? There’s a lot of talk amongst the media, politicians and medical professionals about the alarming rate of opioid addiction in America. Some would call it a daily conversation – and that’s a good thing. Perhaps it should be top-of-mind for us all. In fact, New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie […]

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