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non-twelve step recovery Group

This group is for people recovering from addiction or dependency who are seeking an alternative approach to AA / NA groups. Here I hope to discuss cognitive behavioral therapy, Smart recovery principles, exercise and diet.
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Is it simply because when you are not dependent on a particular group, program or method, that you are just busy living your life and don...
i am just looking for help. i am aa'd out! it is obviously not the right way for me. before i was 24 i had been to 6 different treatme...
Is there such a thing? If so, what's the remedy? Since I was in my teens it seems like I have been addicted to something; cigarettes, pot...
Basically its the approach of targeting specific behaviors and changing thoughts associated with them. The four major factors are Motivat...
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