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Addiction

Are the Symptoms of Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome Dangerous?

People who are in remission from alcohol or drug addiction may suffer from Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS). Often referred to as PAWS for short, many patients who start the recovery process may only come to learn about PAWS from a counselor or addiction specialist.

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Abused Substances

How to Socialize for Sobriety & Success

“Your energy is the sum of the company you keep” The true quote goes something more like this: “you are the average of your five closest friends”,  and I don’t necessarily find that to be true. You can have a best friend or family member

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Six Questions | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Signs Your Child is Using/How to Get Them Help

“Row row row your boat, gently down the stream, merrily merrily merrily merrily, life is but a dream”. At times we all sit back and reflect on this dream. In life there is so much more to offer than there is time to accomplish it.

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Abused Substances

Tools for Relapse Prevention

Waking up day in and day out, many of us have lived with the playful concept that there is a right and wrong side of the bed to get out of. Rationally we know that the chances of fate being dependent upon which side of

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Six Questions | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

The Reality of Tramadol Addiction

“It is always by way of pain, that one arrives at pleasure”- Marquis de Sade. Addiction could be said to be both our pain and pleasure wrapped up into one. However, we will unfortunately be focusing on the pain today. There are two primary examples

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Abused Substances

U.S. Life Expectancy Declining From Opioid Crisis

Tennessee Williams once said, “Time is the longest distance between two places”. While keeping this in mind, we pause to examine the general timeline of our physical vessel for a moment. We know for certain that we were born and we know for certain that

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Drug Craving| Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Understanding Dual Diagnosis Before Treatment

We are all born into this world in some similar fashion or another: crying in obnoxiously shrill tones, cold beyond all expectation, and more disheveled than anything in the womb could’ve foretold. We are brought right into the ugly beauty that is this world. Right

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Psychotherapy | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

When Your Partner Needs Treatment

At the end of any given day, nobody wants to be entirely alone in this world. Sure people prefer alone time, but that’s unreservedly separate from the bulk of humanity craving companionship. We all do. It ties into our primal nature of who we are.

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Six Questions | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Can Forced Addiction Treatment Help?

“Lions, tigers, and bears, oh my”, Dorothy and her ragtag crew of miscreants chanted as they skipped along the yellow brick road in the film ‘The Wizard of Oz’. As they adventured on they repeated this in fear, but not as a way to entertain

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Withdrawal Symptoms | Just Believe Recovery PA
Abused Substances

Important Things to Know When Detoxing From Drugs/Alcohol

Sheldon Allan Silverstein once wrote, “There is a voice inside of you, that whispers all day long. (I feel this is right for me, I know that this is wrong.) No teacher, preacher, parent, friend, or wise man can decide. What’s right for you, just

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