SORT BY Relevancy
in Self Help
She had no intention of staying sober for more than a year. It had been sex, drugs and Rock ‘n’ Roll and in her head, that wasn’t going to change permanently. Her EAP and a king-sized intervention landed her in treatment. Now she faced the shame and the stigma associated with being a female drunk; her internal shame about her Mother role, the promiscuity, and being a pariah in her own family. She found a way to live happy and sober. She says she “Came, Came to, then Came to Believe.”
in Self Help
Most of his ups and down in life were in sobriety. He got sober at 17 and is still that way 28+ years later. For people that think young people haven’t done enough personal damage to need to get sober (these are the “I spilled more than you drank”, types) or for those that think young people have to relapse at least six times to “get it”, listen up. Chris S. has a story of hope and recovery that professionals, parents and young people need to hear. Join us this Sunday night to hear Chris S.
Please join us for a frank and lively discussion about going to rehab to treat alcoholism. Co-Hosts Amanda, Ellie and Lisa will discuss rehab in general: do I need to go? what are some symptoms of alcohol withdrawal? what is the difference between inpatient and out patient rehab? what is the difference between a detox and a rehab? how do I know if my insurance covers it? how do I get in to a rehab? We will also be talking with four women who will share their experiences with