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Heroin on the brain

Postby FrankLittman on Tue Dec 04, 2018 2:51 pm

I'm a normal working man. BUT I have a problem - my addiction. I have a supportive family and girlfriend. They help me to stay sober. However, they aren't next to me all the time. At that moments, craving wins and I got another dose. That is why I believe that rehabilitation program is what I need. Perhaps, I'm wrong but I read on Addiction Resource that drug addiction is a complex issue, and it requires a holistic approach for treatment. The article https://addictionresource.com/drug-rehab/men-only/ discusses that men and women have different causes and effects of addiction. That is why gender-specific treatment is a popular option. But I'm not sure. Maybe an ordinary rehab is ok for me as well? What are the cases to get gender-specific treatment? It's so hard...
Hope you've never faced addiction, and will not do.
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Re: Heroin on the brain

Postby talkhealth on Tue Dec 04, 2018 3:02 pm

Hi FrankLittman

Thank you for your post. We are sorry to hear of your difficulties but are glad to hear that you have a good support network. We would suggest that you speak to your GP about referral to a treatment facility as they will be able to recommend one that suits your needs best.

Do please keep us informed of your progress and good luck with your sobriety.

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Re: Heroin on the brain

Postby FrankLittman on Fri Dec 07, 2018 11:18 am

I will. Thank you. I just thought that I could choose some rehab program without GP consultation. However, it is the best way for now, as I really cannot do it by myself. I'm so exhausted.
Thank you for this advice. I will keep you updated.
Hope I will fight this addiction back.
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