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Category Archives: How to Help



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How to be in a Relationship with an Alcoholic

  Relationships are complicated enough—and when you throw alcohol into the mix they can become downright explosive. Fights provoked over nothing. Holidays that are ruined. Late nights spent worrying. Money problems. That leaves the family and friends of an alcoholic with two very important questions—how to cope with daily life and how to convince their … Continue reading How to be in a Relationship with an Alcoholic


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Help with Addiction to Painkillers at The Raleigh House

  Addiction is a chronic, progressive brain disease. We’ve all heard that before, but it’s easy to fall back into the long-disproven line of thinking that quitting alcohol or painkillers should be a matter of willpower. It’d be nice if that were true, but it isn’t. At The Raleigh House, we know that treating the … Continue reading Help with Addiction to Painkillers at The Raleigh House



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Heroin and How to Handle a Drug Addicted Young Adult

  It’s easy to make the mistake of thinking of drug addiction like we think of weight loss or preparing for a big presentation. That is, it’s a question of willpower, determination and hard work. So when you see your adult son or daughter spinning out of control because of heroin, you just don’t get … Continue reading Heroin and How to Handle a Drug Addicted Young Adult


Anger Management Tips for Preventing Alcohol Relapse

Avoiding Alcohol Relapse: Anger Management Tips for Parents

  Nobody likes to experience anger. The feeling rises inside of you demanding an outlet. Maybe you punch a pillow, head outside for a run or sit down with your spouse to vent about whatever made you mad. Now think of your adult child who’s been using alcohol to numb emotions for years. He or … Continue reading Avoiding Alcohol Relapse: Anger Management Tips for Parents

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