All Addiction-Related Articles

  1. How to cope when a loved one relapses

  2. I can’t deal with pressure and expectations!

  3. I can’t get over things that happened in the past

  4. I can’t stop sleeping

  5. I can’t stop snapping at people!

  6. I can’t stop thinking about bad things that could happen

  7. I destroy everything!

  8. I don’t feel like I belong anywhere

  9. I don’t know how to be around drinking people sober

  10. I don’t want to give up on my loved one with an addiction, but I’m burned out

  11. I don’t like the way my mind and body are changing in recovery

  12. I drink because I’m anxious

  13. I feel alone and want to use or drink

  14. I feel like I’m missing out on my kids’ lives because of my addiction

  15. I feel out of control!

  16. I feel overwhelmed

  17. I got fired from my job because of my addiction or mental illness

  18. I hate myself

  19. I need to use to feel better

  20. I want to die

  21. I will never change or get better

  22. I’m addicted to more than one substance. What do I do?

  23. I’m afraid I’ll go to the hospital again

  24. I’m afraid no one will help me with my sobriety

  25. I’m ashamed of the way I am

  26. I’m really angry at the world

  27. I’ve started drinking or using at work

  28. If I drink a lot, does that make me an alcoholic?

  29. If my parents are alcoholics, am I going to be an alcoholic?

  30. Is it normal to black out when drinking?

  31. Is it okay to drink with my parents or family?

  32. Is it okay to smoke weed while I am in recovery?

  33. Is it safe to stop drinking by myself?

  34. Is it safe to stop using heroin by myself?

  35. Keep your mind grounded

  36. Managing Frustration and Anger

  37. My children don’t trust me anymore because of my drinking or using

  38. My friends drink as much as I do. Are they alcoholics too?

  39. My kid started smoking weed. How do I talk to them?

  40. My life is over

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