There are a number of reasons that parent may step into the spotlight and donate time and energy to fighting a cause. When it comes to drug addiction and the mothers who work to prevent the disease from striking teens, most do it because they want to help their own kids – or because it’s . . . . Continue Reading
Perhaps the last thing a woman with an addiction wants is for everyone to know about her problems. Yet at the same time, this hurting woman wants to be a part of a caring group. These opposing forces can make it difficult for a woman to get started in drug rehab. But once she understands the value of group interaction in drug treatment, she can begin a better life connected with others.
You’ve been to drug rehab for three months and they say you are about ready to go home. Go home – what will that mean for you? You may find yourself asking more questions after drug rehab is over than you had at the beginning. Some of these questions can only be answered by yourself. Let’s take a look at four things to ask yourself as your drug rehab experience comes to an end.