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Opiate Addiction and Recovery

Opiate Addiction and Recovery

  Opiates are drugs that are used to treat pain. These drugs have one main side effect; they are for the most part very addictive if not managed properly. These plants are derived from the poppy plant and some relatives to these opiates are heroin, codeine, and...

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Effects of the Drug Heroin

Effects of the Drug Heroin

  Heroin is considered a very dangerous drug and it’s a serious problem on the streets of America. There arе many ways to take the drug such as smoking, snorting, or injecting it. Heroin is a processed morphine which is extracted from the Asian poppy plant seed....

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Are Certain Drugs More Acceptable Than Others?

Are Certain Drugs More Acceptable Than Others?

In our society we view some drugs are more acceptable as others. It is often the social circle that you are in as to whether the drug is more accepted than others. All drugs that we take can have serious side effects and over time harm our body the more we use them....

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Relapse Warning Signs

  • Mood Swings
  • Fighting
  • Unusual Odor
  • Drop in work or school attendance
  • Sudden need for money
  • Denial
  • Impulse behavior
  • Depression
  • Isolating oneself
  • Feeling frustrated
  • Easily angered
  • Eating irregularites
  • Sleeping irregularities
  • Lack of concern over appearance
  • Lack of daily structure
  • Open rejection for assistance or help
  • Self-pity
Although relapse from substance abuse rehabilitation is common, it rarely comes without a warning.
Relapse is preventable, there isn’t just one relapse warning sign, there are many

Dealing with Triggers 101

Originaly posted by A Recovered Life
Recognize Your Role
If you let it, anything can be your trigger. A trigger is created when we make a judgment on something in relation to ourselves. For example, a person’s weight becomes triggering if we determine that they are “better” because they weigh less.
Reject the Judgements
Once you realize that you’ve made a judgement and created a trigger, you can correct it. Make a point to contradict unhealthy thinking patterns and replace them with healthy truths.
Realize the Benefits
You can use your triggers to help you recover. Triggers can give you information. They can point areas in your life that need attention for your recovery to be a success. Choose to use your triggers as motivation to heal and grow.

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