John Lee

John Lee

Age: 42
  • Alcohol Addiction - the Straight Facts

    The difference between alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction (alcoholism), what puts you at risk of becoming an alcoholic and what to do once you’ve crossed that invisible line to addiction.

  • Study: Depression Risk Is Contagious

    At certain periods in life, living with a person who uses maladaptive thinking styles increases your risk of depression. Fortunately, the opposite is also true.

  • Learn Imagery Relaxation for Relapse Prevention

    Learn to relax with imagery in 7 easy steps; it’s a great skill that protects you from relapse.

  • Heroin Harm Reduction Advice: A User Guide

    Here are 50+ heroin harm reduction tips... because anything that prevents overdose and keeps you alive and healthy increases the odds of finding eventual lasting recovery.

  • AA for Beginners – What You Need to Know

    New to AA? Start here – a list of 9 quick-read articles answering all your important questions on getting started with the 12 steps.

  • 15 Ways to Cope with Opioid Withdrawal Pains and Aches

    Tapering from opioids or quitting cold-turkey? Here are some home-remedy tips to ease your discomfort.

  • Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms

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

  • 8 Basic Human Rights of Drug Treatment

    No matter what you’ve done or who you are, you are entitled to drug addiction treatment that is respectful of your dignity and rights as a human being.

  • 70 Reasons to Quit a Heavy Marijuana Habit

    Thinking about giving up marijuana but not sure you’re ready to take the plunge? Well, here are 70 benefits of quitting – all first-hand accounts from previously heavy users about how life changes for the better once you don’t need to get high all ...

  • About Salvation Army Rehab

    For Christian men and women, especially those with financial need, the Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARC's) run by the Salvation Army can offer needed access to long term and comprehensive residential treatment.

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  • Alcohol Addiction - the Straight Facts
    The difference between alcohol abuse and alcohol addiction (alcoholism), what puts you at risk of becoming an alcoholic and what to do once you’ve crossed that invisible line to addiction.
  • Study: Depression Risk Is Contagious
    At certain periods in life, living with a person who uses maladaptive thinking styles increases your risk of depression. Fortunately, the opposite is also true.
  • Learn Imagery Relaxation for Relapse Prevention
    Learn to relax with imagery in 7 easy steps; it’s a great skill that protects you from relapse.
  • Heroin Harm Reduction Advice: A User Guide
    Here are 50+ heroin harm reduction tips... because anything that prevents overdose and keeps you alive and healthy increases the odds of finding eventual lasting recovery.
  • AA for Beginners – What You Need to Know
    New to AA? Start here – a list of 9 quick-read articles answering all your important questions on getting started with the 12 steps.
  • 15 Ways to Cope with Opioid Withdrawal Pains and Aches
    Tapering from opioids or quitting cold-turkey? Here are some home-remedy tips to ease your discomfort.
  • Xanax Withdrawal Symptoms
    Learn what to expect from a Xanax detox, and how to deal with Xanax withdrawal symptoms.
  • 8 Basic Human Rights of Drug Treatment
    No matter what you’ve done or who you are, you are entitled to drug addiction treatment that is respectful of your dignity and rights as a human being.
  • 70 Reasons to Quit a Heavy Marijuana Habit
    Thinking about giving up marijuana but not sure you’re ready to take the plunge? Well, here are 70 benefits of quitting – all first-hand accounts from previously heavy users about how life changes for the better once you don’t need to get high all ...
  • About Salvation Army Rehab
    For Christian men and women, especially those with financial need, the Adult Rehabilitation Centers (ARC's) run by the Salvation Army can offer needed access to long term and comprehensive residential treatment.