drug relapse

cocaine addictionThe holiday season can be a double-edged sword for those who fear possible relapse from cocaine addiction. Emotionally, it can be a time of both highs and lows, and this can be problematic for addicts in recovery.

Even though this is supposed to be a time of great cheer and celebration, many will instead feel anger, frustration, loneliness, sorrow, and even elation, and one or any combination of these can potentially lead to drug relapse. The holidays can also be the source of unpleasant memories for many addicts, bringing back the tension of experiences such as a marriage breakup or even being in jail.

For an individual in recovery, that’s when backsliding into bad habits can take its toll.

Stress and Pressure Can Tempt Drug Relapse

When this time of year rolls around, naturally you can expect a steady flow of parties and other gatherings and events at some of which you may in fact be exposed to cocaine. If your defenses are down and you’re feeling read more…

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