One of the most vital things to remember when it comes to addiction is the fact it is a liar. It will lie to even the strongest people out there. It has taken the lives of many people out there, and it will continue to do so unless more people do something about it.
It is why the AAC (American Addiction Centers) is releasing a new docuseries, which shows the harsh realities of addiction in a way that has never been seen before on any format. This one can be viewed on a number of social media outlets as well as their website. It is required viewing. Even if someone watching it does not suffer from addiction, there is a good chance they know someone out there that does suffer from addiction.
It is called “Far From Finished,” and the goal is to open up people’s eyes to what is really going on with addiction and what it is like to live with it. For so many years, those that suffered from addiction thought no one understood what they were really dealing with and just how challenging the fight was/is for them just to live a normal life. Read more: American Addiction Centers | Crunchbase and American Addiction Centers New Docuseries Unveils The Realities of Recovery
There is nothing like a series that takes the viewers right into the world of addiction to make people more open minded. Instead of judging them, they will have a better understanding of just what they have to deal with and how demanding it is to defeat once and for all.
The show is a remake of the wildly popular podcast of the same name. When the podcast was doing its best numbers, it had 150,000 downloads from over 60 countries. It just goes to show how far and how wide addiction can reach people out there.
It is not just one country or one person. It is all over the world. If people could be a little more understanding and a little more helpful to those that deal with addiction, they will feel as though they have the proper support they need.
A great support system is a big part of getting better with addiction. They need a team of friends, family, and doctors that are going to be with them and help them with this. It will prove, once and for all, that addiction really is a liar.
Once they can learn it is a liar and stop listening to it, they will realize they are stronger than the addiction. They defeat it by knowing it is a liar and believing it is a liar. When they do that, they have reached the right place in their life. It is the happy place where addiction is a thing of the past.
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