John Lee

John Lee

CA, USA
Age: 45
  • In Pain? Assess Your Addiction Risks

    Should you take opioids? Pain and addiction go hand-in-hand. Learn why pain ups addiction risks and who’s most at risk to develop a problem.

  • Opioid Addiction Treatment for Chronic Pain Patients

    Three opioid addiction treatment options for people with chronic pain – including options for people who still need opioids for analgesia.

  • Rehab: How to Know When to Go

    Think you need rehab or some form of addiction treatment but struggling with ambivalence and indecision? Take 10 minutes to try this cognitive behavioral technique called decisional balancing and you might find it easier to evaluate the pros and ...

  • Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms

    Learn what to expect from a Xanax detox, and how to deal with Xanax withdrawal symptoms.

  • Suboxone Treatment - Medication Isn't Enough

    The 5 secrets to finding success with Suboxone: What you need to know about Suboxone addiction treatment for heroin or pain pills.

  • Use Cocaine? 36 Harm Reduction Tips to Try

    Whether you’re cocaine dependent or a recreational user, harm reduction makes sense for everyone. If you can’t or won’t stop, read through this list of 36 ways to stay healthier when you use and adopt those strategies that make sense for you.

  • Cocaine Cravings and Withdrawal Timeline

    Learn what to expect from cocaine withdrawal and learn how long your cravings will last – and what you can do to tame your urges.

  • Heroin Addiction in the Family - Supporting Change

    Six effective ways to help a treatment-ready heroin user that you love make positive changes - what to do and how to help.

  • Getting Over the Recovery Blahs: Plan Excitement!

    After a few months, it’s easy to hit a recovery wall and start to feel bored and dissatisfied with your new clean and sober lifestyle. This dissatisfaction will pass, but until it does, you can lower your risk of relapse by taking some time to plan ...

  • The Knots Prayer: For Recovery Strength

    A simple prayer to recite whenever fear, guilt, shame or self-doubt threaten to derail your recovery efforts.

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  • In Pain? Assess Your Addiction Risks
    Should you take opioids? Pain and addiction go hand-in-hand. Learn why pain ups addiction risks and who’s most at risk to develop a problem.
  • Opioid Addiction Treatment for Chronic Pain Patients
    Three opioid addiction treatment options for people with chronic pain – including options for people who still need opioids for analgesia.
  • Rehab: How to Know When to Go
    Think you need rehab or some form of addiction treatment but struggling with ambivalence and indecision? Take 10 minutes to try this cognitive behavioral technique called decisional balancing and you might find it easier to evaluate the pros and ...
  • Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms
    Learn what to expect from a Xanax detox, and how to deal with Xanax withdrawal symptoms.
  • Suboxone Treatment - Medication Isn't Enough
    The 5 secrets to finding success with Suboxone: What you need to know about Suboxone addiction treatment for heroin or pain pills.
  • Use Cocaine? 36 Harm Reduction Tips to Try
    Whether you’re cocaine dependent or a recreational user, harm reduction makes sense for everyone. If you can’t or won’t stop, read through this list of 36 ways to stay healthier when you use and adopt those strategies that make sense for you.
  • Cocaine Cravings and Withdrawal Timeline
    Learn what to expect from cocaine withdrawal and learn how long your cravings will last – and what you can do to tame your urges.
  • Heroin Addiction in the Family - Supporting Change
    Six effective ways to help a treatment-ready heroin user that you love make positive changes - what to do and how to help.
  • Getting Over the Recovery Blahs: Plan Excitement!
    After a few months, it’s easy to hit a recovery wall and start to feel bored and dissatisfied with your new clean and sober lifestyle. This dissatisfaction will pass, but until it does, you can lower your risk of relapse by taking some time to plan ...
  • The Knots Prayer: For Recovery Strength
    A simple prayer to recite whenever fear, guilt, shame or self-doubt threaten to derail your recovery efforts.