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counseling to get past a great loss

Sometimes things can get to be more than you can handle. I know this from my own personal experience. I suffered a great loss and after a year of trying to cope with that loss on my own, I knew that it was time for me to reach out for some help. I was missing work, didn't want to do much of anything and just didn't feel like myself. I started seeing a counselor each week, and it has helped. If you are struggling to recover after a loss, this blog may be able to help you find the help you need to get past it.

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counseling to get past a great loss

2019

Stop Drinking Using These Steps

Alcohol can be a safe addition to a healthy lifestyle when used responsibly. Unfortunately, some people abuse it. Problem drinking includes alcoholism, but not problem drinkers are alcoholics. If you're a woman who regularly drinks more than 7 drinks per week, or you're a man who drinks more than 14 drinks per week, you exceed the limits for moderate drinking. Excessive alcohol consumption is bad for your liver, stomach, and brain.

A Three-Phase Approach To Alcohol Rehab

Making the commitment to sobriety by entering a rehab program is the first step in achieving long-term sobriety. Many treatment programs adopt a three-phase approach, which can allow you to detox and maintain sobriety in the safest way possible. Inpatient Detox Although it is always safer to detox from any drug in a controlled environment, detoxing from alcohol and similar substances as an inpatient is non-negotiable. The detox process from alcohol is potentially life-threatening because of the risk of seizures.