If you have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder then the answer is yes, one drink counts as a relapse. Because addiction is a chronic condition, there is no cure, and no cure means managing your disease one day at a time for the remainder of your life.
Navigating addiction recovery with potentially months of social distancing ahead seems daunting. Let’s take a look at what’s working in some recovery communities and what help is available for those struggling.
Identifying the truth, in the face of a family disease like addiction, isn’t an easy task. This is especially true if you’ve been living with active addiction. To help, we’ve put together some tips on constructively confronting someone struggling with alcohol addiction.
It’s an unfortunate reality how many of us who have children battling addiction tend to get in the “way” without even knowing it. While this may be the hardest lesson of our lives, we must learn to step aside and allow the consequences of addictive behavior fall upon the ones we love.
Recovering from addiction is rarely successful when someone goes it alone. This is particularly true of detox. Simply abstaining from a drug isn’t recovery. In fact, attempts to control your use of a substance without the right support is a symptom of addiction.
Research consistently shows successful recovery can be gauged by the company you keep. Surround yourself with folks committed to sobriety, and you improve your chances of staying sober.
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