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Bonding and Social Attachment to Decrease Addiction Rates

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Bonding and Social Attachment to Decrease Addiction Rates

What if human beings, who were addicted, weren’t reliant on genetic factors to account for their addiction? In social psychology there is a big fascination towards humans and bonding. Types of bonding include bonding with the environment and culture around you. This includes the people, places and things for satisfaction. What if a human being ...

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Finding Serenity in Recovery

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Finding Serenity in Recovery

I begin a long treacherous path as I arrive to the Detroit airport ready to board my 747 Double Decker Boeng going 8000 miles around the world. That is half way around the world. It won’t be easy finding something I’ve searched for so long for this missing cause, and nothing made me feel whole. ...

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Why some Feel Awkward in Early Addiction Recovery

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Why some Feel Awkward in Early Addiction Recovery

When I first got clean I was always sitting at my house, alone. I was watching TV shows—mostly intense horror—that my therapist said it was still “getting me off.” I wasn’t aware that a different TV genre could do that, but there is true science behind it, whether I believe her or not at the ...

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Recovery creates Hunger

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Recovery creates Hunger

I start off at a tipping point in my life; some would call this my “rock bottom.” I was at the lowest of my lows and I had nowhere to go… but up. No one to go to, my life only had things to gain, as I’d lost so much in the aftermath of addiction. ...

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