Addiction and Personal Responsibility: Who’s Problem Is It?

The definition of personal responsibility is the idea that human beings choose, instigate or otherwise cause their own actions. A corollary idea is that because we cause our actions, we can be held morally accountable or legally liable.

There are also various types of responsibility. Some are obvious types and others that are more subtle to identify.
In this article, we look at the various models and common arguments for both sides of the “argument” that are used to understand the role accountability and responsibility plays in active using or drinking, those in recovery and the family and friends of those afflicted by addictions.

What Hitting Rock Bottom Means For Those Addicted To Drugs And Alcohol

What Hitting Rock Bottom Means For Those Addicted To Drugs And Alcohol

Hitting or reaching rock bottom is the place that some people with severe drug or alcohol use disorder (addiction) must reach before they are finally ready to admit that they have an addiction and finally reach out for help, support, treatment and therapies to change their life around.

Find out more about rock bottom here and how you can change your life around when you find yourself at this lowest possible point.

Happy 4th July!

Happy 4th July to all of our friends and colleagues in the USA! We hope you have an amazing 4th July and remember to take things one moment at a time, don’t give in to temptation, apply your relapse prevention plan and contact others if you are struggling and remind yourself of the reasons whyContinue reading “Happy 4th July!”