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Hitting Bottom
Hitting bottom

What exactly prompts a person into acknowledging that they have lost all control over their intoxicants? What causes people to revert back to intoxicant use after they get clean? Are there ways to detect substance use in therapy or signs that someone is contemplating relapsing? These are just some of the questions that are answered in this chapter while addressing the end point of using, and a relapse in sobriety. We begin by covering that event referred to as a “bottom” that often is the entry point of many into sobriety.

Hitting “Bottom” and the Entrance into Recovery
What Is Meant by the Term Bottom and Is It Necessary to Reach Before Recovery?

There are many reasons why use happens. Sobriety, on the other hand, ...

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