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Therapy is important to everyone’s recovery and is probably the most important part of recovery. For information about recovery, or finding a therapist, let The Sober World help you. We have many resources available.

Attachment Disorders

Attachment Disorders

More and more children are failing to develop secure attachments to loving, protective caregivers. These children are left without the most important foundation for healthy development. They are flooding our child...
Addiction

Overdose Is Inevitable

Overdose Is Inevitable: The word commonly associated with “overdose” is “accidental”. What we will suggest here is that, for substance abusers, overdose is not accidental, but a logical milestone in the...
trauma

Addiction, Trauma and Transformation: An Invitation To The Soul

Addiction, Trauma and Transformation: An Invitation To The Soul. There have been many developments in addiction medicine over the last few decades that have made us question the effectiveness of old...
Hand Sanitizers

The New “High”: Hand Sanitizers

Hand Sanitizers responding to germ-conscious consumers with the development of pocket size anti bacterial products, makers have also unwittingly opened the door to a bizarre new trend especially among teenagers: Ingesting...
A Moment Of Passion A Lifetime of Grief

A Moment Of Passion, A Lifetime of Grief

A Moment Of Passion A Lifetime of Grief: Who would think that having a child could lead to years of pain, frustration, and sorrow? If you’re one of the unlucky parents with...
Addiction, did you know it is possible to become addicted to a behavior? Well, guess what? It is. How? You might ask.

An Addiction Is An Addiction Is An addiction

Addiction, did you know it is possible to become addicted to a behavior? Well, guess what? It is. How? You might ask. I’ll tell you how. As we journey through life we...
Ego State Therapy

The Cause of Addictions And Ego State Therapy Intervention

Ego State Therapy, this article provides an understanding of the causes of psychological addictions and an insight on effective treatments. It is written to provide for sufferers and for those helping...
Understanding Comorbidity

Understanding Comorbidity

Understanding Comorbidity, the term “comorbidity” refers to a condition in which both mental illness and substance use disorder, such as alcohol dependency and depression, coexist in a person. For example, people...
M.I.N.E. Program

The M.I.N.E. Program Motivates, Inspires, Nurtures, and Empowers

The M.I.N.E. Program: In 1935, when Alcoholics Anonymous was founded, the general opinion among physicians was that: “Most chronic alcoholics are doomed.” (A.A. PXXX) A.A. changed that death sentence. “We of Alcoholics Anonymous are...
Volunteer For Abuse

The Following Excerpts Are From Toby Rice Drews, Author Of The “Getting Them Sober”...

Do We Volunteer For Abuse? It is all too common to hear counselors say to partners of alcoholics, “if you stay with him, you are volunteering for abuse”. a.) When I was...

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