(PRWEB) July 10, 2014
Recovery Outfitters is a well-established substance abuse treatment center with drug addiction treatment programs designed to help their residents with recovery. The facility just wrapped up their second part blog post dealing with codependency. Codependence is passed on from generation to generation. If someone in a family, especially a parent, was emotionally unavailable to an individual as a child, that person will be inclined to find people to fix throughout adulthood in order to rewrite their childhood. Parents tend to be most codependent with the emotionally unavailable person, which may be the problem child or the addict, who will be further crippled by codependence with the parents. Codependent patterns likely began during childhood and increase in severity though active addiction. There are many different signs of codependent behavior, but the simplest way to explain is that codependency is essentially putting another's needs ahead of one’s own. To discover more about codependency and how to deal with the issue, contact the drug rehab facilities at Recovery Outfitters here, 1-866-947-6550
Many of our parents have been through trauma of some kind and they are trying to save their families from that degree of pain; they are trying to provide safety. These are worthy goals of course, but they often can go too far. Some parents will not ever let a child be scared or disappointed. They rush to console, distract, or compensate for every misfortune or loss. Without some experience of fear or disappointment can make it difficult for that child to deal with real life situations. The question arises of where to draw the line when an addict in recovery continues unhealthy behavior or dependence, especially with an underlying mental illness. The addict may have been diagnosed as bipolar or borderline personality disorder. Then the family thinks the addict is off drugs but cannot do better because of his dual diagnosis, this may or may not be true. Drug addiction mimics mental illness. It can be difficult to tell if a brain is normal until sobriety has been maintained for a couple of years. The addiction treatment rehab offers a live help line to handle any questions or concerns, the office can be reached at, http://www.recoveryoutfitters.org/contact-us/
Recovery Outfitters is a residential treatment center that targets adolescent and young adult males. We are one of the few centers with a long track record of successful treatment of both minors and young adults. In a home-like environment, we build a partnership with these young men based on a level of trust they have not yet experienced. Through therapy, they free themselves from troubles of the past to commit to a life of sobriety. Through choice and consequences, they learn to make good decisions. Through life skills training and intense recreation, they discover a way to find joy without the use of drugs and alcohol. They begin to fulfill their potential as persons of integrity. To view the new post visit http://www.recoveryoutfitters.org/codependence-102/
ROI House is a licensed Residential Treatment Center offering treatment to young men whose lives and plans are being shattered by the use of drugs and alcohol. The treatment programs are designed to address different levels of need. Together they take young men through primary residential treatment, long term goal realization, development of goal achievement plan, and through a learning, and healing process to a point where they can realistically expect to live sober and fulfilling lives. To find out more about the best addiction treatment center in Georgia contact the office below or click here.
1300 Peachtree Parkway
Cumming, Georgia 30041
Phone: 678-947-6550 (Option 5)
Recovery Outfitters, Inc.
564 Peachtree Parkway
Cumming, GA 30041
Phone: 678-947-6550 (Option 3)