Recovery from Addiction

Finding a Higher Power: What Does It Mean?

Recovery programs like Alcoholic anonymous use finding a higher power as the most common apprehension form. This is despite a lot of people reporting a flawed understanding of what this means. Most addicts believe this concept is a “God thing”, and instills a reluctance towards finding recovery. It is an unintentional ignorance muddled in confusion […]

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Why Do People Fear the Fourth Step?

Most of the time when people think of a 12-step fellowship, they think of Alcoholics Anonymous, however, there’s actually a 12-step group for just about any addiction out there, including: Narcotics Anonymous Codependents Anonymous Al-Anon, Nar-Anon, etc. These fellowships are meant for the loved ones of addicts. Some people attend for different reasons. While some

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Steps to Success: Preparing Clients for After Treatment

We’ve seen the story time and time again about individuals graduating from treatment programs and falling right back into them months, weeks, or evens days later. At Principles Recovery Center we are challenging our clients by providing them the tools in life that can increase the likelihood of sobriety after rehab. Our core focus is

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