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Fundamentals of Psychology

Fundamentals of Psychology

by Michael Eysenck
  Aimed at those new to the subject, Fundamentals of Psychology is a clear and reader-friendly textbook that will help students explore and understand the essentials of psychology.
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Psychology

Psychology

by Richard Gross
  All the major domains of Psychology are covered in detail across 50 manageable chapters that will help you get to grips with anything from the nervous system to memory, from attachment to personality, and everything in-between.
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Penguin Dictionary of Psychology

Penguin Dictionary of Psychology

by Arthur S. Reber, Rhianon Allen, Emily Reber
  Indispensable guide to all areas of psychology and psychiatry.
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How To Help Your Loved One Bounce Back After Addiction

April 2019 - Watching someone that you love go through a period of addiction and substance abuse can be one of the hardest things that you ever have to do, but it is not something that has to last forever. If you are able to talk to this person you care about and get them to understand how their addiction is going to ruin their life if they do not stop soon, then you can start to help them make the needed changes to their life to start living sober again.

This can be a difficult task, which is why this guide has been created to give you some ideas on how to help them bounce back after kicking their addiction. This is a journey no one should have to do alone and by being a source of support and encouragement for someone you love will increase their chances of a lengthy recovery and prevent potential cases of relapse.

Let the professionals help them out

As much as you will want to be constantly there for the person you love, there is only so much you can do all by yourself. Once they have decided they want to change their life, you need to look into rehab centres where they can recover, such as those at Forward Recovery.

The residential program will help to make sure that they say on the straight and narrow, getting all the support they need from doctors and therapists to work through their problems. Alongside this, being surrounded by other people who are going through the same issues will help them to realize that there is a future after addiction, and they are not alone in their battle.

Bring stability into your life and theirs

The best thing you can do for the person you care about is to learn how to improve the stability of life, both for them and for you.

If you want to be there for someone else, then you need to make sure that you have taken care of yourself too. This is a stressful time and seeing the person you care about going through their addiction and getting clean can be traumatizing. Make sure you get the help that you need too so that you are able to be there for them in a meaningful way.

What to do when they leave treatment

Leaving a recovery centre is a big deal and many places will offer outpatient treatment to make the transition go smoother. However, doing your research into how to adjust to life after rehab and how you can help them with this is always a wise thing to do and will offer them the extra support they need to get through.

Try organizing things you can do together to get out of the house and distract them from any urges they have to go out and use again. This will help them to see that life can be fun without the use of drugs and encourage them to get out into the world again.



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