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Resilience in Recovery from Addiction and Trauma

by Ray Sadoun ǀ June 26, 2022

Although addiction is one of the most challenging life experiences a person can face, when a person chooses a path of recovery there are huge benefits to be gained. Recovery means a person will self-reflect, learn about themselves and others, have more control over choices, and will make healthier decisions going forward. Recovery builds a […]

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The dangers of mixing cocaine and alcohol

by Ray Sadoun ǀ June 19, 2022

Cocaine use has increased throughout the world due to it being more available and cheaper. This, along with alcohol being legal, means that the occurrence of people using both has accelerated. Polydrug abuse (where more than one substance is taken) comes with more risks than one substance alone. This is due to the side effects […]

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7 Physical Benefits of Sobriety

by Ray Sadoun ǀ June 12, 2022

Enhancing Your Physical and Mental Health Once addiction takes hold of your life, it will most often have severely damaging effects on your mind and body. The list of health consequences is long and intense, ranging from ill mental health, high blood pressure, stroke, heart failure, pancreatitis, and cancer, to name but a few. [i] […]

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How Amy Winehouse is Helping Women Recover From Addiction

by Ray Sadoun ǀ May 15, 2022

Amy Winehouse may have sadly passed away from alcohol poisoning in 2011 after a long battle with addiction, but her legacy lives on a decade later in the form of the Amy Winehouse Foundation. Many women and young people struggling with addiction have found support in this charity which has had success in guiding them […]

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Life After Rehab: How to Support a Loved One in Recovery

by Ray Sadoun ǀ May 8, 2022

The recovery journey that your loved one goes through is fluid; ever-changing with the ebb and flow of life. In this respect, you’ll be overjoyed as your loved one goes starts rehab with all the commitment and enthusiasm their body can contain. But, as people leave rehab and continue their recovery journey at home, their […]

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Rebuilding Relationships After Alcohol Treatment

by Ray Sadoun ǀ May 1, 2022

Addiction; a Family Affliction Addiction doesn’t just affect the lives of those suffering from addiction. Instead, addiction can have huge ramifications on family members, spouses, and friends, with genuinely damaging effects on those relationships. For example, drugs, such as heroin, can completely tear families apart, friends may no longer speak, and spouses may decide to […]

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Best Methods to Get Out of a Rut When You’re in Recovery

by Ray Sadoun ǀ March 23, 2022

Best Methods to Get Out of a Rut When You’re in Recovery Recovery is hard. There’s no plain sailing, easy path. Your recovery from addiction may start with focus and dedication but may sway when life leaves you distracted, depressed, confused, indifferent or stuck in a rut. Sometimes, the monotony of life becomes too much. […]

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Barriers to Change in Recovery

by Ray Sadoun ǀ March 16, 2022

Barriers to Change in Recovery Those on a path to recovery will face formidable challenges that threaten their sobriety. But every person is different, and so are their unique set of barriers to change in recovery. Therefore, committing to recovery alone is not enough to guarantee life-long recovery. Individuals must overcome these barriers to give […]

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5 Ways Being Sober Has Improved My Professional Life

by Ray Sadoun ǀ January 12, 2022

5 Ways Being Sober Has Improved My Professional Life When someone’s addicted to alcohol, it’s hard for them to ever imagine life without alcohol; let alone a better life without alcohol in it. However, I’m sure anyone who’s ever got sober would agree that being sober has changed their life for the better. One way […]

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