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Chapter 4, Pt 2: Stages of Addiction by SuboxDoc Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook to opioids again and again. Denial is huge during this stage of addictionaddicts minimize the damage... them! Addicts enter the second stage of addiction when they have successfully discontinued opioids...
Making Postive Changes In Addiction Recovery by Erin .. Patient Expert everything seems like it will just fall into place. You have stopped your physical addiction and have been working on your mental addiction. You are walking around in your pink cloud and life is good. And then… Well, and then you realize...
Addiction Recovery: Accept The Things I Cannot Change by Erin .. Patient Expert change. I usually look at addiction from an addicts point of view, what with being a recovering addict and all. But it seems that I need to change up my role here for a little bit. I have a sibling that is an active addict...
Identity and addiction by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven The White Noise had a post on identity and addiction. The blogger ends up expressing some discomfort with the way many recovering addicts make their addiction and recovery so central...
Spontaneous vs. planned attempts to quit by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Robert West, the editor of Addiction and critic of the stages of change, has published another study finding that the stages of change are not a prerequisite for change. One...
Small Behavioral Changes Could be an Early Sign of Alzheimer's (Dementia) by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert up to reality. The basic underlying premise of the article on the next page is that behavior changes... subtle changes in daily mobility, behavior Source Associated Press and MSNBC Tiny motion...
The Changing Face of Addiction Counseling by Dirk H. Patient Expert Most addiction workers are no longer addicts themselves. For years, addiction therapists and counselors tended to be people who had been addicts themselves. These days, not so much. Drug and alcohol...
Addiction diagnoses to rise by Jason Schwartz, LMSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven that the inevitable slide into viewing low-severity AOD problems as the first stage of addiction: “We can treat... I’ve posted before about problems with the proposed approach to addiction in the DSM-5...
Addiction Recovery: Accept The Things I Cannot Change by Erin .. Patient Expert change. I usually look at addiction from an addicts point of view, what with being a recovering addict and all. But it seems that I need to change up my role here for a little bit. I have a sibling that is an active addict...
Addiction Recovery: My Motivation Level Hasn’t Changed by Erin .. Patient Expert "to do" list when I was actively addicted to Oxycontin. Has my motivation level change all that much? Today I woke up knowing... addicted to Oxycontin the thought of doing just one of the above tasks would have sent me right back to bed...

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