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Let’s face it, drug tests are not cool, especially if you regularly use marijuana or hashish. Things get worse if you’ve got a test coming up and there’s really not much time left. The good news is though, you can flush the THC out from...

One of the biggest problems when people try to get sober is that they try to do it on their own. In addition to support groups, there are many types of mentors and leaders you can work with individually. Remember that you don't have to...

One of the biggest problems we see in people struggling to recover from addiction is trying to do it on their own. We get the allure and why it happens. However, it's crucial to know that those that seek help and reach out are far...

Do People Get Sober Without Treatment? With all of the news about addiction treatment centers, body brokers, and dangerous practices in the world today, more and more people are trying to get sober without going to an inpatient treatment center. There are many ways people recover...

How Mindfulness Can Help Recovery There are many different ways people recover. From twelve-step recovery to healthy eating and exercise like the dumbell deadlift, recovery is often a holistic process that needs incorporation from many different traditions and ways of living. One that I have found...

Suboxone Withdrawal Symptoms Suboxone is one of the newer drugs out there trying to help curb the opiate epidemic in America. In the past decade it has steadily replaced methadone as the drug of choice for Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT). Although it has been found to...

Xanax Withdrawal The story of Xanax and other benzodiazepines is an interesting one. Originally they were created to be a safer alternative to the old school tranquilizers such as barbiturates. They had a boom of popularity several decades ago, especially Xanax for their anxiety relieving effects....

Adderall Abuse, Withdrawals, and Treatment Adderall is a prescription drug that contains amphetamines. It is typically prescribed for people who have been diagnosed with ADHD (Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder). It can also be used in treating certain sleep disorders as well as depression. In the past several...

Leaving AA: My Experience Recovering Without the Twelve Steps First, I want to clearly state that I am not anti-AA or any other twelve-step program. I got sober in the rooms of AA and NA, and am deeply grateful for the opportunities offered. Among many other...