Welcome to Addicted to Sobriety. My name is Rae, and I am a recovering drug addict. This website is your go to place for information about substance abuse, addiction, and treatment. This is also a place for you to share your stories or struggles. If you can't find the information you're looking for, just ask! I will answer any questions you might have about addiction or treatment. One of the best ways for society as a whole to become more tolerant and understanding of addiction is to talk about it openly. I share many personal experiences of my own, with the hope that it lessens some of the guilt and shame surrounding alcoholism and addiction.
Feb 26, 20 04:43 PM
What is alcohol abuse? Is it different than alcoholism? Yes. It is possible to have a problem with alcohol, and abuse alcohol, without actually being 'an alcoholic.'
Feb 05, 20 01:52 PM
There are a lot of legal consequences related with addiction. Click here to read more about addiction and the law
Jan 08, 20 10:54 AM
Can you tell me exactly what this site does. Does your story go beyond this page? Can you share in other ways?
Jan 08, 20 10:51 AM
I am currently in a treatment facility and I don't feel comfortable. What can I do to find a better one?
Jan 08, 20 10:45 AM
Are binge drinkers alcoholic? What if you only drink once a week? Is treatment for binge drinking the same?
Sep 01, 19 04:11 PM
Methadone is a very controversial drug. If you or someone you know is on Methadone, it's important to know as many Methadone facts as possible.
Aug 31, 19 05:49 PM
What to say at Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings
Aug 31, 19 05:45 PM
There's no simple way to learn how to stop drinking alcohol. It's a long, hard struggle, but anyone can do it if they are determined. I hope my experiences can help you.
Aug 31, 19 04:53 PM
Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms can lead to very serious consequences, even death. These symptoms can be relieved with medication prescribed by a doctor.
Aug 31, 19 04:45 PM
Alcohol and depression often coexist in the same person. And it is not a good combination. Alcohol, contrary to what many people believe, is a depressant.