New Year’s Resolutions

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The Truth About New Year’s Resolutions If you are reading this that means you made it through the holidays. Congratulations! — Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years are finally over and you can get back to your normal life. But, oh, those nagging New  Year’s resolutions! If you are like most people though, you don’t exactly want to go back to the same old same old. You want to start off this year by living better, healthier, fuller, so you made a New Year’s resolution or two. At least that’s the way it started out. Now that we are several days into this brand new year, reality has set in and those resolutions are slowly fading away. You should not feel bad about that though. It’s quite normal. In fact, only 8% of Americans say they follow through with their New Year’s…

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Survive New Years Eve

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How to Survive New Year’s Eve What’s the biggest party of the year? New Year’s Eve! Gatherings may be restricted this year with COVID19 public health measures, but New Years still carries a powerful tradition often associated with drinking which can be triggering, a ‘slippery slope’ for someone in recovery from alcoholism or other addiction. If you are in recovery from alcoholism or other forms of addiction, wanting to stay clean and sober, how do you survive New Years Eve? No Fun for The Addict or Alcoholic While New Year’s Eve is traditionally a celebration of the past year and the coming of the new one, for the active addict or alcoholic or those in recovery it can be a time of great apprehension. It is the worst time to push ourselves to the limit. If you’re in recovery it…

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Spending Christmas In Rehab? Yes!

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It May Be Your Best Idea Yet to Spend Christmas in Rehab! We wish you a Merry Christmas. Bah Humbug! That’s a sentiment expressed by many people at this time of year. The pressures can be unbearable for such a joyous time, even more so for addicts and alcoholics, even if they are sober in recovery. But Why? Old Wounds Cut Deep Let’s forget about the stresses of buying gifts and how much to spend and cooking and baking and finding the time to do it all. Instead, look deeper into the issues of why Christmas is such a difficult time for the active addict or alcoholic, or the clean and sober addict in recovery. Often addiction has its roots in the family. Whether your family is ‘picture perfect’, or there is some past abuse, trauma, or conflict, Christmas means…

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Sober For Christmas?

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The Gift of Sobriety this Christmas! Why the Holiday Season is a Good Time to Choose Rehab Sober for Christmas If an addiction has taken over your life, you are probably going to be approaching the holiday season with a sense of dread or excitement – maybe a bit of both. This is a time of year when there are plenty of excuses to party, but there is also the risk of ruining another Christmas for the people we love. A Safe Haven over the Holiday Season Each January there is a surge in the number of people trying to quit alcohol or other drugs. This isn’t just due to the popularity of New Year’s resolutions – it is also because so many of these individuals hit rock bottom over the holiday season. Maybe you will hit your rock bottom…

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Thanksgiving, Sobriety & Your Family

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Your Thanksgiving Sobriety & Your Family The US is about to celebrate Thanksgiving. From John & Jane at Serenity Vista, we wish you a very Happy Thanksgiving! Another opportunity to be grateful for all we have. It is especially important at this time of grave concerns and loss brought on by COVID19 and unsettled political and societal issues. In spite of such conerns, practicing acceptance reminds us that even now, there is much to be grateful for. The ‘attitude of gratitude’, fostered by ‘being grateful’, changes everything. Sobriety, first, followed by the twelve step promises coming true manifest in various forms of community, family, relationships, activity, and life itself. Yes, even today. For many, especially our American friends where Thanksgiving marks the begining of the holiday season. Added to the underlying concerns of the pandemic or political unrest, Thanksgiving can…

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My Husband Drinks Too Much – Help!

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I love my husband, but he drinks too much. What do I do? Are you concerned that your husband drinks too much? Maybe when you got married, his drinking still seemed fun – maybe you were even attracted to his seemingly harmless antics. Maybe you even drank with him at first.   The trouble is, if your husband is an alcoholic, the fun never lasts. Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive and ultimately fatal disease. Untreated, it gets worse, never better. If you are worried that your husband drinks too much now, chances are pretty good things are going to get worse. Much worse. Click here to learn about the progressive nature of alcoholism. My husband drinks too much, is he an alcoholic? The hallmark symptom of alcoholism is denial. If your husband drinks too much, he will probably deny it. The fact…

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Where to Go For The Best Drug Rehab Addiction Treatment

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The Best Drug Rehab Addiction Treatment “How does it matter where my drug rehab is located?”  You are getting ready to make a decision about where to go for the best drug rehab addiction treatment, and realize that there are 100’s, if not 1000’s of choices out there. How do you decide on the best place and environment for your drug rehab addiction treatment? There are lots of excellent choices, but all other things being equal, the physical surroundings of your drug rehab addiction treatment center can make a huge difference in your recovery.  One new normal for many drug rehabs in Florida, California and Texas, is that residents stay in converted motel rooms or budget apartment buildings and are bused to lecture halls. The residents are generally surrounded by a lot of concrete and traffic. Recover in natural beauty There…

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Top International Drug Addiction Rehab Program

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Top International Holistic Addiction Treatment Rehab Center Welcome to one of the world’s best drug rehab programs. For the most effective, upscale, private treatment for drug addiction internationally, consider Panama. The setting in the mountain highlands of Boquete is magnificently beautiful. Our program is robust and highly individualized. Comprehensive, holistic rehab, with individual, respectful, attention. In fact, Serenity Vista is rated as one of the world’s top ten drug rehabs. Serenity Vista is Canadian owned and operated. All professional staff are from the United States (USA) or Canada.  The program is conducted in English, to North American evidence-based highest standards. You may be struggling with a drug problem. You may feel confused, misunderstood, and very isolated. It can feel like you are all alone. Perhaps you don’t know where to go or what to do. The good news is that it…

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Treatment for Alcohol, Nicotine, Drugs, Ludopathy and other Addictions in Panama

Panama, Central America Treatment for Alcoholism

Quality Addiction Treatment for Alcohol, Nicotine, Drugs, Ludopathy and other forms of Addiction in Panama Discovering that you or a loved one have a problem with alcohol, nicotine, marijuana, other drugs, or behaviors involving sex, ludopathy (gambling) or codependency can be very upsetting. Most likely you never imagined in your wildest dreams that you or your loved one would become an addict. You have seen success in so many other areas of life, right? A ‘take charge’ kind of person: work hard and play hard. But, little by slowly this picture of success has become a little shabbier at the edges. Secrets. Shame. Guilt. Remorse.  Living a double life, fear of being caught, perhaps feeding the fire of organized crime? What? That’s not what you signed up for! You just want to have a good life! You love your family.…

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