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Stages of addiction worksheet
On this page we will provide you with Stages of addiction worksheet which will help you in understanding about the stages of addiction.
What is a Stages of addiction worksheet?
Addiction refers to the state of dependency on any drug or anything that you are unable to quit and get rid of, despite the fact that it is harmful to you and is disrupting your functioning you continue using it. Addiction follows a path of four stages, if a person does not control himself in the first stages then it can lead to chronic addiction. This worksheet will describe the four stages of addiction in detail.
How will Stages of addiction worksheet help?
It will help you in realizing and becoming aware that things starting up as fun with friends can end up in serious addictive behaviors so that you prevent yourself from becoming an addict. It will also let you help stop your loved ones from becoming an addict.The first step towards recovery is acknowledging that substance use has become a problem in the person’s life which is disrupting the quality of their life. The worksheet will help you do that.
Instructions on how to use Stages of addiction worksheet
Read the information provided in the worksheet carefully so that you can get an awareness about stages of addiction.
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