When you first became addicted to drugs or alcohol, you may have been a victim of the disease.
You may have developed a strong bond with the people you loved and you may be looking for someone to hold your hand.
But as you continue to recover, you’ll find that your addiction may be in its final stages.
For some, recovery will be easier because you’ve been through it before.
For others, it may be much harder.
For those who don’t yet know the signs of addiction, the best way to help them is by helping them to see their addiction as a disease.
Addiction Recovery Key: If you are struggling with addiction, you should take the time to talk to a counselor and get your story.
There are so many people in recovery right now, but for those of you who struggle with addiction and want to know more, this article will give you a sense of what is happening and how you can start to get treatment.
If you’re not ready to talk with a counselor yet, read our guide to addiction recovery.
And if you are, the first step is to take action.
Take the next step to learn more about recovery.
Find a Recovery Center: The first step in recovery is to seek out a treatment center that is able to help you recover.
Most treatment centers offer counseling and are willing to help people in their recovery process.
These are places where you can get the support you need to overcome your addiction.
Find an Addiction Treatment Center: If your addiction is still a problem, you can ask a counselor to help guide you through recovery.
If your counselor agrees, they will work with you to help find a treatment facility that will be able to meet your needs.
You can find more information about recovery programs by visiting www.npr.org/addiction.
This article was written by Rachel Wachter and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.