Addiction is often spoken of in the recovery community as a “disease of isolation

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Addiction is often spoken of in the recovery community as a “disease of isolation.” Public health experts refer to the opioid epidemic as a “disease of despair.” People drink alcohol to feel a part of things, to bridge a wide gap of alienation they feel between themselves and other people — or they drink to deal with the isolation and loneliness that results from continual substance abuse. Young men often find it difficult to admit to or recognize an addiction problem when they’re surrounded by peers who drink or do drugs with abandon. They may feel like their inability to control their substance abuse is a personal failing, a lack of willpower, or even that it’s unmanly. Browse here to get more information

Even people who do realize they have a problem are often unsure where to turn. They may ask: Will anyone understand? Will people judge me? Is it even possible to get sober? And if it is possible to get sober, will my sober life be any better — or will it be another form of agony? Alone, despairing of answers, most people go on abusing drugs and alcohol, resigned to their fates. Learn more here The pain an addict’s family members experience deserves to be recognized

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