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Will I die from addiction?

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  5. Will I die from addiction?

Asked: 2019-01-03 22:05:44

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Answered: 2019-01-04 19:06:29

That's up to you! You don't have to die the same way your parents did. Sometimes it feels like you're helpless in your addiction but you're NOT! It's just the addiction talking. Even if you don't feel like you can do it, humor your loved ones and the substance abuse treatment facility at first. Do your best, even if you don't think it's working. As you start to get better, a lot of things become clear. Take it from someone who knows: me. You definitely have control over whether or not this drug addiction controls you. It's hard to see at first, but find a rehab center and just give it a try. Best of luck to you and a clean future.

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Answered: 2019-01-08 16:44:06

There are many people who have had the same situation as you and they are able to break the cycle. In fact, I was a cycle breaker in my family for addiction as well. But first, I had to get help. I personally got help through rehab, the 12 steps, and a relationship with Jesus. It is absolutely possible to get sober and stay sober. You do have to realize that you need help and be persistent in your search for help. Just like you put energy into getting and doing drugs, put energy into getting better. You have to be willing to go to any lengths. God bless.

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Answered: 2019-02-05 21:51:20

If you don't get help for drug addiction you will eventually end up in the same place. Sorry to hear about your parents Dorothy.

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Answered: 2019-08-02 19:08:05

Infinite Recovery is a leading drug rehab treatment center in Austin, Texas. Recovery is possible for those struggling with addiction. Our facility offers a full continuum of care to help those caught in the grips of addiction break free and enjoy a life filled with infinite possibilities. https://www.infiniterecovery.com

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Answered: 2019-02-26 01:52:07

Your destiny isn't written in stone. Keep trying! Don't give up. Relapse is a part of recovery for a lot of people. While we strive to avoid relapse, we're not perfect people and getting clean is a huge upheaval of the life you've grown used to. Stay diligent. If you relapse, start counting your days clean immediately the next day and try , try again. However, be careful and continue doing your best to avoid a relapse. Tolerance is tricky when you've been through withdrawals and there's a chance you could overdose on your "normal" dosage. Come on, Dorothy! You got this! If you need a 12-step meeting, there are tons on this site. Give one near you a call. Regular meetings every week (or more) are a bigger help than you may even realize at this point.

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