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From The Right Step Blog

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What to Do If Your Teen Has Tested Positive for Drugs

You received a phone call from your teenager’s nurse about drug testing in school. Your heart sinks as you wait for her to explain that your child has tested positive for drugs. You want to explode with emotion, but before you react to your teen, take a moment to consider the best plan of action for your child’s sake.

Isolation and Recovery

Why Addicts Isolate and Why It’s a Problem

Isolation is extremely common in active addiction. People may turn to substances because they are lonely and have difficulty relating to others. As the disease of addiction progresses, the addict may have a very hard time interacting with other people, which leads to more isolation and loneliness. The compulsion to use alcohol or other drugs is so strong that the addict gradually detaches from anyone or anything that gets in the way, and he or she becomes more and more isolated. Nothing can compete with the drive to get high or to escape from reality at all costs.


DEA Bans Kratom: Pros and Cons

In August 2016, the Drug Enforcement Administration declared its intention to classify chemicals contained in kratom, a drug with effects similar to oxycodone and other opiates, as Schedule I substances. After protests broke out in front of the White House and Congress pushed back, the DEA announced its reconsideration of the ban in early October. No further statement has been released.

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