Being Pregnant in Sobriety Pregnancy can be a wonderful and exciting time for women ready to move on with their lives after recovering from drug and alcohol dependency. Being pregnant in sobriety comes with unique challenges, as some women may still be working on improving their overall health and fine-tuning skills that help them stay … Learn More about Being Pregnant in Sobriety
Indiana Center For Recovery wants to share stories of our alumni who are still sober, living life to the fullest during this year’s National Recovery Month. We got a chance to interview Heather about her experiences in active addiction and recovery for National Daughter’s Day, September 25, 2020. At the age of 14, Heather’s parents … Learn More about Heather’s Atonement: Being the Sober Daughter Her Family Needs
The hit television show “Nashville” has served as a positive example for thousands of individuals who struggle with addiction. The edifying scenarios expressed in this show have proven to be highly accessible to people who seek external reinforcement of their commitment to sobriety. However, far from being perfect paragons of abstinence, the characters in “Nashville” … Learn More about How “Nashville” Tackled Addiction
It’s easy to imagine the negative impact that addiction can have on a family, but it can be difficult to picture the wide range of issues that accompany even one member dealing with drug or alcohol problems. The introduction of new stresses can affect everyone. Substance abuse problems often have a cascading set of results … Learn More about How Addiction Affects Families
Glutamate is very important. It’s a neurotransmitter, which is a chemical that nerve cells use to send signals to other cells. It’s how different parts of our nervous system talk to one another. Perhaps the most well-known of all neurotransmitters is dopamine. Most people have heard of it, and a lot of people know that … Learn More about Glutamate: The Addiction Neurotransmitter?