Addiction, Treatment and Recovery
19 Most Frequently Asked Addiction Treatment Questions
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1. Is there a cure for alcoholism?
2. Can some alcoholics and drug addicts control their disease by sheer will power?
3. Can I get a person to stop drinking who refuses to get help?
4. Can you shame an alcoholic into sobriety?
5. Is the alcoholic only hurting themselves or is the impact greater than that?
6. Does alcoholism and drug addiction run in families?
7. What is the average age of an alcoholic or drug addict when it becomes a real problem?
8. What personality traits do alcoholics have in common?
9. What kind of long term brain damage is done to one who drinks heavily?
10. Does the brain shrink after years of alcohol abuse?
11. Are addicts addicted to just one drug?
12. Is cocaine addiction treatable?
13. Is there evidence that treatment for alcoholics actually works?
14. If a person in recovery has a relapse, have they failed?
15. What has Betty Ford Center learned about whether men and women need different treatment for addiction?
16. Do you have to believe in God to do better in treatment?
17. If you are in recovery, do you have to attend AA meetings for the rest of your life?
18. What can I do as a friend to help someone who has a problem with alcohol/drugs?
19. Is there hope for alcoholism?
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