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Supporting Your Loved One in Recovery During the Holidays

The holidays are a fun and exciting time to visit with friends and family and partake in traditions and festivities. However, this can also be a very difficult time for those in drug or alcohol addiction recovery due to emotional and physical triggers as well as the usual holiday stress. As a friend or family member to someone working on their recovery, you may be wondering what you can do to help them stay sober during the holidays.

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Signs of Addiction in Veterans & How to Get Help for a Loved One

By Matt Biekert

America’s service members carry the weight of a nation on their shoulders. For many, that burden only increases after discharge, when the transition back to civilian life poses new and unexpected challenges.

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Drug Addiction Recovery for Veterans: 5 Tips to Help You Get Well

By Matt Biekert

Just as addiction can take months or years to manifest, so too does addiction recovery. Drug addiction recovery for veterans is a process that unfolds over time, both before and after making the decision to get well.

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