Drug Rehabs for Mothers

Posted by on Aug 19, 2013 in Addicted Parents, Addiction, Mother and Daughter Issues, Rehab, Women |

Drug Rehabs for Mothers Addiction affects 1 in 7 people and some put the number at as many as 1 in 3 people. Addiction does not discriminate. It crosses socioeconomic and ethnic lines; not just the poor or minorities. That being said, addiction can affect the lives of mothers: women who are supposed to be caring, nurturing, and responsible for innocent children.   Traditional Drug Rehabs for Mothers Unfortunately, many women lose custody of their children because of drug addiction. Those...

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Alcohol Induced Depression

Posted by on Aug 5, 2013 in Addiction, Alcohol, Mental Illness, Mood, Rehab, Sobriety |

Alcohol Induced Depression If you’re an alcoholic, you probably have noticed mood problems or those close to you have noticed your mood problems. And you may be tempted to say, ‘Well, I drink a lot because I’m depressed.’ You may be right, but it’s even more likely that you’re depressed because you drink a lot. Alcohol Induced Depression Alcohol is a type of drug known as a depressant. This means that it inhibits certain receptors in the brain and the result of this is that there...

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5 reasons women relapse

Posted by on Jul 26, 2013 in Addiction, Mental Illness, Mood, Recovery, Rehab, Relationships, Sobriety, Women |

5 Reasons Women Relapse From my own personal experience with relapse I can tell you that for me there are now defining reasons someone relapses. A relapse can happen at any time regardless of what is going on if you are progressing in your own recovery. With that said though, there are some things that happen right before my relapse that kind of give away the fact that I am digressing and not progressing. Most of the time, one of the biggest reasons I relapse has to do with men. And with that...

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Drug Rehab for my Daughter –One Mother’s Story

Posted by on Apr 8, 2013 in Rehab, Women, Women’s Luxury Treatment Programs |

When my daughter was born, it was the happiest day of my life. She was such a sweet child, always smiling and laughing. She was my little helper around the house, helping me cook, changing her little brother’s diapers. She loved to hold him and pretend he was hers. I didn’t think I’d ever be searching for drug rehab for my daughter. During her teenage years, things started to change. She didn’t hang around the house as much, and she no longer shared every moment of her day with me....

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