Archive for the 'Treatment Center' Category

08 14th, 2007

Gimme a break. Gambling is no joke. I mean it can be a joke or some gag that you experience in Vegas. I mean it isn’t necessarily the thing you expect to get hooked on. I never saw it coming for my brother. It ended up being a huge problem for him and his wife and we all watched it get worse and worse. No one could get through to him before it became really bad, it was as bad as any drug addiction. That’s just how it went down and we knew that something should have been done. It sucked not knowing what to do and that’s why I’m talking to you now. That’s right, I’m talking to you. If you know a person with a gambling addiction then you know that they need help as soon as you can get it to them. They’re probably dying inside due to all of the gambling that they’re doing with their lives and they need you. So stop the bullshit. If you know that you can help someone, why would you not do something? That’s not the business. If you can save a life just by saying something why aren’t you talking. A gambling addiction can destroy a life and I know that. Don’t lose your loved one to this disease. Drug and Alcohol rehab centers also treat gambling addiction, porn addiction and eating disorders. The treatment programs know how to address addiction, and any addiction needs be treated.

Depression Treatment

Author: Suki
08 2nd, 2007

There’s nothing like being stuck. Honestly, it sucks. That’s what depression was like. I was literally stuck. I couldn’t stand it. No matter what my wife, my children, or even my mother did I was still stuck. I didn’t get out of bed, I didn’t wash, I didn’t even eat. Me, not eating. Something definitely was wrong. I knew that there had to be somewhere to turn, but I just didn’t know where to go. My wife and my mother went to work to find a place that could help me with my terrible bout with depression. They finally came up with a lead on a depression treatment facility and I was immediately with it. I at least had the wherewithal to know that I truly needed some help so I was definitely ready to try whatever they had for me. The first day that I arrived at depression treatment I knew that it was the place I needed to be. The folks at the treatment center knew exactly what to do and it was blatantly obvious that I was in good hands. They taught me how to understand my illness and gave me the strength to combat it whenever it reared its ugly head. I left with a better outlook on life and a better way to live it.