At The River Source, we take a holistic approach to substance abuse treatment. We focus on healing the body, mind, and spirit together because the three are equally important to your overall well-being. And part of that is engaging with what else the client must do to heal beyond getting clean.
Many people are deeply affected by a loved one’s addiction, but children often carry the baggage for the rest of their lives. They’re less likely to really understand what’s going on at the time, and the resulting trauma during their parent’s addiction can be difficult for them to process.
If you’re currently in recovery, the possibility of relapse will likely always be a source of worry. After all, addiction is a “chronic, relapsing disease” with relapse rates on par with other chronic diseases: according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), the substance abuse relapse rate is around 40-60%, which is actually lower than relapse rates for high blood pressure and asthma (both 50-70%).
If you’re in recovery, it’s especially important to be mindful of how you’re using social media, because of the impact it can have on your daily routine — and potentially, your sobriety. That’s why, at The River Source, we’ve put together a few points to consider when using social media while in recovery.
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