Relapse and Fear For families with loved ones in recovery from addiction, the R-word is a very scary word. Family members typically fear relapse because they make sense of it as a disaster or failure
There are many common pitfalls when it comes to life and recovery in particular. Some of these we talk about in our family program, which if you have not yet attended I highly recommend you
When you love someone who struggles with addiction, it is easy to get caught up in worrying about them. Where are they?
If you are reading this program, your loved one is possibly fresh home from his stay here at SCHC, and there is still much work to do to heal hurts and move forward from the
We know that having authorship over one’s life is the only way to attain meaning and purpose in one’s life. We also know that the best way to stave off addiction is by leading a
How do I Tell the Difference Between a Drinking Habit or Problem? I am going to answer this question assuming that by “problem” you mean addiction. Sometimes it is hard to tell the difference between
Emotion Self-Regulation Each person’s ability to regulate their own emotions has a great impact on their personal well-being and the quality of their relationships. People struggling with addiction are often poor at regulating their own