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What People Recovering from Addiction Wish You Knew: For many people out there, substance addiction was an uninvited guest that barged into their lives and refused to leave. We have witnessed people working hard to make sense of the reasons that led them to substance addiction
Am I an actor acting in this game of life? We Can’t Go Home Again was an experimental feature film from the early 1970’s in which each of the characters played a fictional version of themselves. This brilliant concept was later copied by the reality shows of the late 90’s
The following article explains the two main approaches done in Costa Rica Treatment Center by the EMDR therapist. Our high recovery percentage is thanks to the application not only of a 12 Step Program, but the implementation of psychotherapy for trauma related events in the addicted
Transitioning from drug and alcohol rehab to real life represents the single greatest challenge to everyone leaving rehab. If the thought of transitioning back to your real life doesn’t feel overwhelming yet, get ready, it will. To increase the possibility of a successful transition, Costa Rica Treatment Center asks clients to
While the best course of action for addiction treatment involves months or weeks of detoxification, therapy, and classes, not everyone can afford it. Generally, the longer a rehab program is, the higher its cost is expected to be. It requires a major investment of time and
Drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs are expensive. This is what the majority thinks. Due to this preconceived notion, many addicts resist pursuing treatment and even those considering rehab are more concerned about its cost than the results it will yield for them. Understanding the Cost of Drug and
Many years ago, I had the privilege of working with a remarkable young lady at a drug and alcohol rehab center during her Recovery from addiction. For all intents and purposes, she was a broken human being. Multiple failed suicide attempts, insane abuses and years of hardcore
It’s the most popular question asked in our discussion groups. Each time people come up with their ideas and concepts on how to define addiction. Some call it a habit, while others label it as a psychological disease. Once someone quoted Milton to explain addiction, and that nuanced take really struck a