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Despite the large number of rehabs in South Africa, it’s unclear how many of them operate within the scope of ethical rehabilitation practices.
The success of a person’s addiction recovery depends largely on the way they are treated while undergoing rehabilitation.
Rehab centres are obliged both morally and legally to enforce ethical standards of practice as a non-negotiable part of their program.
When you decide to begin encouraging a loved one to accept addiction treatment, making use of intervention strategies will be immensely helpful throughout the entire process. Intervention strategies are designed to assist you in the careful planning and execution of your intervention.
“Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps control the brain’s reward and pleasure centres. Dopamine also helps regulate movement and emotional response, and it enables us not only to see rewards, but to take action to move toward them.” – Psychology Today
Addiction is the addict’s disease; co-dependency is the family’s disorder.
In the last article we discussed enabling an addict and briefly touched on the overlapping likelihood of an addict’s family’s needing co-dependency recovery.
In this article we will be exploring co-dependency and detachment with love.
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