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Beware of the coronavirus—and alcohol
People who persistently consume alcohol to relieve stress and boredom may not be able to stop.

 

Stress is a threat to addiction recovery
These resources protect addiction recovery without compromising social distancing.

 

Early Drinking and the Risk of Addiction – Geoff Kane, MD, MPH
Starting to drink by age 12 more than doubles the risk of future addiction to alcohol. To learn more about addiction and what to do about it, especially The Two Pillars of Recovery®, visit www.GeoffKane.com/Workbook.

Is This How You Describe Addiction & Recovery? Geoff Kane, MD, MPH
Individuals with addiction have relationships with substances that dominate their lives; their relationships with self and others are pushed aside. Recovery sets that right. To learn more about addiction and what to do about it, especially The Two Pillars of Recovery®, visit www.GeoffKane.com/Workbook.

How To Help Someone Struggling With Addiction – Geoff Kane, MD, MPH
To help someone struggling with addiction, avoid extreme responses, set realistic expectations, and follow up. To learn more about addiction and what to do about it, especially The Two Pillars of Recovery®, visit www.GeoffKane.com/Workbook.

The Hard Part is Finding Hope – Geoff Kane, MD, MPH
People in deep with alcohol and other drugs often have difficulty understanding that they can change and have safe and satisfying lives. To learn more about addiction and what to do about it, especially The Two Pillars of Recovery®, visit www.GeoffKane.com/Workbook.

The Two Pillars of Recovery – Geoff Kane, MD, MPH
The two pillars of recovery “Keep your distance!” and “Ask for help!” identify actions that led many people to long-term recovery: embrace changes in lifestyle and cultivate positive interpersonal relationships. To learn more about addiction and what to do about it, especially The Two Pillars of Recovery®, visit www.GeoffKane.com/Workbook.