Addiction Recovery

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Date: February 22, 2005
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Once the client realizes that he or she are not alone they find new strength. The client will be able to find themselves, getting to know the person that has been trapped in a world of addiction. The person in Recovery will gain support by attending meetings; listening to others in Recovery share their experience, strength and hope...
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(Alcoholics Anonymous, 2004) The client will meet people who will share their experience, strength and hope. One of these people will be someone with home the Client can identify. This person may become the clients Sponsor. A Sponsor is probably the most important person in the Clients life, besides the Client...
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