Blueprints for Recovery Blog

For many of us, the holidays are a happy and exciting time full of celebrations with family and friends. However, for those struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, it can be a particularly challenging time. From work holiday gatherings to family parties and other everyday stresses, there are many
Struggling with addiction doesn’t just affect the addict, it affects the entire family. It’s never easy getting through the recovery process, and it will require a lot of patience, a positive outlook from everyone involved, not to mention a strong support network. If youre a family member or friend
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For most, the holiday season is a time for merriment and cheer, but for recovering addicts, it can be the most challenging of seasons. From work parties and outings to family gatherings, there could be a host of temptations for someone who struggles with drugs and/or alcohol addiction. No
Whether you are a parent, friend, or partner to someone who has a substance addiction, it can be extremely emotional and stressful to watch them struggle. Seeing your loved one have a hard time getting sober may initiate enabling behaviors whether you realize it or not. Enabling someone who
Not only does addiction come along with some harsh stigmas, but theres also a list of untruths that surround it. Without understanding the real reasons and causes of substance abuse, friends and family members may not be entirely able to help their loved one overcome addiction  or worse
College is supposed to be the best experience in one’s life — a new beginning and exciting adventure into adulthood. Unfortunately, the college years are also synonymous with the “party years,” and that could lead to some bad behaviors if it gets out of control. With alcohol being the
Stress and personal triggers are often causes for a relapse. Many individuals who are going through treatment for substance addiction may not fully understand how to react or deal with stress. Not being able to handle stressful situations can lead back to substance abuse to make the uncomfortable feelings