How to Accept Good with the Bad

How to Accept Good with the Bad

Many good things have happened in your life. However, bad things are going to happen as well. Your reaction to those bad things and your attitude about them can make them easier to deal with or more difficult. To get help learning to accept the good with the bad, you may want to understand the initial stage of processing bad experiences, remind yourself of some fundamental attributes for success,...

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How to Foster Discipline in Your Life

How to Foster Discipline in Your Life

Klonopin is the brand name of clonazepam, a benzodiazepine that was initially used to treat seizures. However, due to its anti-anxiety effects, it became available to treat other conditions—in fact, more than 20 million of clonazepam prescriptions are filled in the US annually. Unfortunately, this drug is highly addictive, so its use carries many risks1. In that regard, a patient who manages...

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Giving Back: Finding Healing in Helping Others

Giving Back: Finding Healing in Helping Others

Recovery from addiction to drugs like Klonopin is not a simple process. There will be many different ups and downs. When your goal is long-term sobriety and healthy living, you will need to revisit some of the foundational concepts in recovery many times. This is normal as it helps you continue learning and even relearning how you can apply them into your life. For example, the foundational...

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I’m Addicted and I Don’t Know What to Do About It

I’m Addicted and I Don’t Know What to Do About It

Benzodiazepines (or ‘benzos’ as they are more frequently called) are a class of drugs that are designed to alter brain activity to produce calming effects. Used intermittently and on occasion, they can address  anxiety-related emergency situations and hyperactive neurological activity, such as a seizure. However, professionals estimate that every year between 10-12% of Americans use...

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How to Get Perspective on Your Addiction

How to Get Perspective on Your Addiction

Addiction is a chronic disease that affects millions of people. When you are addicted, finding and using your substance of choice can become the focus of your life. Instead of doing things that you enjoy, you spend your time under the influence. Instead of having real relationships with others, you spend your time either in isolation or trying to hide your substance abuse from others. For those...

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What Is an Employee Assistance Program?

What Is an Employee Assistance Program?

If you are struggling with issues such as substance abuse or addiction that are impacting your work performance, you may want to explore whether your employer has retained the services of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP). These programs provide a variety of services in a confidential setting that allow you to get the help you need to maintain your performance at work and retain your job. To...

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Four Reasons to Enter Treatment for Your Drinking

Four Reasons to Enter Treatment for Your Drinking

Alcohol addiction, commonly known as alcoholism, is a problem with alarming statistics all over the world. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, in the United States in 2013, 7% percent of all adults ages 18 or older had a problem with alcoholism. However, only 7.8% of this group was receiving alcoholism treatment. This means that over 15 million people who were...

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Finding the Discipline to Care for Yourself

Finding the Discipline to Care for Yourself

Many people struggle with the concept of self-discipline. However, all of our good habits that we rarely give thought to now began with self-discipline. When you are in recovery from Klonopin addiction, taking care of yourself is crucial to success, so why do people find it so difficult? To learn more about finding the discipline to care for yourself, you may want to understand what is standing...

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College and Recovery: The Importance of Finding a Sober Peer Community

College and Recovery: The Importance of Finding a Sober Peer Community

For many people, college is a time of binge drinking, doing drugs and participating in various forms of dangerous behavior. In some cases, these options may even be treated as the norm, so some people in addiction recovery believe they have to give up sobriety to attend college. However, before you come to that conclusion, remember a bit about Klonopin and what resources your school has to help...

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Resources That Can Help You to Not Drink

Resources That Can Help You to Not Drink

The 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) found that the majority (52.2 percent) of Americans aged 12 and older are current drinkers and nearly a quarter binge drink. Consequently, the Treatment Episode Data Set (TEDS) for 2011 reported that 724,000 people sought treatment for alcohol addiction, making it the leading (39 percent) primary substance for rehab admissions. As evidenced...

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