Here’s a sneak peek at the vast diversity of fascinating and informative features in the latest edition of the Addiction/Recovery e-Bulletin available free every week and delivered to your email in-box.
- Rock ’n’ roll is equated with excess – but for many musicians, addiction to drugs or alcohol can stifle their art. Three of them explain how getting sober sent their creativity skyrocketing.
- “As a recovering alcoholic, I’m dreading a booze-fueled end to lockdown.” Janet is an alcoholic who fears she’s going to have the bottle hit her harder if she hits the bottle, a fear shared by many others.
- “Your father has checked himself into a treatment center for alcohol.” “Dad? He’s not an alcoholic!” The fact that I would make such a claim says a lot about how ignorant we were as a family about alcoholism. Why couldn’t this family see the drunk elephant in the living room?
- Country star Jaime Wyatt: Queer feminist with an appreciation of exotic dancing, Jaime says thar she is lucky to be alive and sober.
- Cowboys’ Aldon Smith Shares Passionate Story About Recovery – an eye opening and revelatory exploration of a sport superstar’s downfall and recovery.
- Sophie’s choice was to be a secret alcoholic – she mastered the art of looking sober when three of her sheets had already been blown away. Is this deception deceiving the deceiver?
- Will the pandemic lead to an alcoholism epidemic? Probably not, as over 60% of alcoholism is in the genes, not the bottle, but the problems of heavy drinkers are identical to those of alcoholics. It is not a good idea to shrug off a recycling bin full of empty bottles.
- Overdose increase tied to unemployment – ER physician was placing more fentanyl overdose patients on ventilators than COVID-19 patients .
- Addiction thrives in these times. Recovery must, too! – May 28, 2020 – When she launched the Betty Ford Center in Rancho Mirage in 1982, it’s unlikely Mrs. Ford ever envisioned the addiction treatment industry undergoing a transformation like it has over the past few months amid the coronavirus.
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