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Beth Leipholtz


Beth is a contributing author for The Recovery Village, a newspaper reporter and a graphic designer from Minnesota. Beth regularly writes about the realities of getting sober young. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram, and like her blog for updates.

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Each day people enter treatment facilities in hopes of combating addiction. The key to success is knowing how to make the most of your time in rehab.
The following will give you an idea of the day-to-day parts of drug rehab and how they will come together to aid in your recovery.
A relapse prevention plan is a vital tool for anyone in recovery. Learn more about what to consider and what to include in your relapse prevention plan.
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The following methods may help in bringing light to your loved one’s drinking or drug problem. Here are some tips on how to help an alcoholic stop drinking.
Though relapse is often unplanned and impulsive, there are certain warning signs that can point to the danger of a potential drug or alcohol relapse.
Long-time users coming off alcohol can experience delirium tremens (DTs), which can be life-threatening. Learn more about DTs and alcohol withdrawal in this article.
It's not easy asking questions about your loved one's recovery. Stick to these guidelines to help you carefully approach the topic.