John Lee

John Lee

CA, USA
Age: 46
  • For Teens: How to Quit Marijuana on Your Own

    If you prepare yourself for high-risk situations and learn strategies to prevent relapse you have a great chance of being able to quit on your own – learn how to succeed here.

  • 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.

  • No Relapse! 7 Exercise Excuses Answered

    Getting into a daily exercise habit reduces your odds of addiction relapse – so what’s stopping you? Here are the 7 most common exercise excuses – all refuted!

  • Intervention Tip #1 - Avoid Debate

    Tips on running a successful intervention. Stick to the facts and avoid getting bogged down in debates about what’s true and what’s not.

  • Intervention Tip #2 – Assessing the Problem

    How can you find a solution when you don’t understand the problem? By accurately assessing the severity of the addiction you are better able to select an appropriate level of care.

  • Burnout Self Test

    Has cynicism and fatigue replaced the enthusiasm and drive you once had at work? If so, you may be dealing with burnout, a worrisome psychological state that can rob you of your happiness and even your health. Learn more about burnout and take a ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

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  • For Teens: How to Quit Marijuana on Your Own
    If you prepare yourself for high-risk situations and learn strategies to prevent relapse you have a great chance of being able to quit on your own – learn how to succeed here.
  • 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.
  • No Relapse! 7 Exercise Excuses Answered
    Getting into a daily exercise habit reduces your odds of addiction relapse – so what’s stopping you? Here are the 7 most common exercise excuses – all refuted!
  • Intervention Tip #1 - Avoid Debate
    Tips on running a successful intervention. Stick to the facts and avoid getting bogged down in debates about what’s true and what’s not.
  • Intervention Tip #2 – Assessing the Problem
    How can you find a solution when you don’t understand the problem? By accurately assessing the severity of the addiction you are better able to select an appropriate level of care.
  • Burnout Self Test
    Has cynicism and fatigue replaced the enthusiasm and drive you once had at work? If so, you may be dealing with burnout, a worrisome psychological state that can rob you of your happiness and even your health. Learn more about burnout and take a ...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...