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FMLA for Rehab – How Does It Work



Overcoming addiction is a difficult thing. Not only are there psychological and medical struggles, but there are financial obstacles as well. Well, fortunately, lawmakers in D.C. created the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) over 20 years ago to address this very problem. Read on to find out how the FMLA can protect you or a loved […]

Alcoholism and Hair Loss: The Truth



Will drinking alcohol make my hair fall out? And how much does it take? What if I just drink too much? What if I’m a binge drinker? What if I’m an alcoholic?

It’s a common question, but don’t worry, it’s a myth. Well, maybe not a myth, just more of an overstatement. It’s not correct to say, “Alcoholism causes hair loss.” But that’s not the end of the story. There is always a but.

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Addiction to Parenthood: The Cocaine Cowgirl



In the beginning, cocaine made me beautiful. I was sexy, unstoppable, desirable to everyone. When I was high on cocaine and alcohol, I could float through a crowd of people like a goddess riding a chemical wave. No one could resist me. I sparkled. But then, of course, heaven turned to hell. I prostituted myself to feed my addictions. Until my mind and body couldn’t take it anymore. I found a way out.

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Addiction Recovery Tip Sheet: Holidays 2016



I’ve only spent one holiday season sober so far. This year will be my second. But I have a plan to stay sober – a good plan – and I want to share it with you. It’s been vetted by people with a lot of years, so it’s not just my advice.

This is a season in the past when I would toast with champagne at dinner to feign classiness and then crack open Budweisers cooled in frozen Koozies to relax after the dishes were done.

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Strange Addiction Triggers



People with drug and alcohol addictions have triggers – things that tempt them to relapse and use again.There are normal triggers, and then there are strange triggers. Here we look at the strange triggers that can trip you up. #StrangeTriggers

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How Sally Found the Right Rehab



How do people struggling with addiction find rehab centers that fit their individual needs? Many times they don’t find that fit, and so their treatment is not as effective. And that’s really sad. At Aid in Recovery, we specialize in finding that fit for you when you need help. This little video shows you how we do it.

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Recovery from Alcoholism is Worth the Fight: Maria P’s Story



Maria P is a recovering alcoholic. She is a member of the Aid in Recovery Book Club and came to speak to our community a few weeks ago. She tells us about her struggles with addiction. This is her story. Like millions of other recovering substance abusers, Maria has found sobriety and happiness. But the solution is not simple and not fast.

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Born Into Drug Addiction – I Followed in My Parents Footsteps – Until Now



This letter tells the story of a woman who grew up in a house torn apart by addiction. The far-reaching consequences may surprise you. We were inspired and moved by her story.

Hello, my name is Alexandria. I was born November 3rd, 1993 to two addicts and alcoholics. I’m the oldest of three girls. Growing up, my parents were always fighting. I always felt like it was my fault.

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