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Whether you are finding help dealing with drugs for yourself or someone you care about, it is important that action to stop using is taken immediately. The longer that drug abuse continues, the higher the chances of serious problems arising such as jail time or physical harm. If you think you or someone you care about is addicted to drugs or alcohol, recognizing the problem is the first step in finding help.
A lot of people think they can kick the problem on their own, but that doesn't always work for people with severe alcohol or drug addiction problems. Overcoming addiction is not easy. Virtually nothing seems to outweigh drug craving as a motivator. People have committed all kinds of crimes and even abandoned their children just to get drugs.
Quitting drugs is probably one of the hardest things a person can do in their lifetime. It's not a sign of weakness if professional help is needed. Most people who try to kick a severe drug or alcohol problem need professional assistance or a treatment program to do so. The task of treatment is to regain control over drug craving, seeking and use, which can be very difficult to achieve for the severely addicted without a comprehensive treatment program. That being said, people overcome addiction everyday with professional care and treatment.
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