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March 24, 2009

Kelly Osbourne- Addiction Rehab Recovery

Filed under: kelly osbourne,pain pills addiction — recover345 @ 1:27 pm
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Kelly Osbourne has been in rehab 3 times and this time she feels it really made a difference. She wants to move beyond painkillers now and get more into her career and relationship. When did this problem start? She thought it was when she started taking liquid vicoden as an early teen for a health issue. Pain killer addiction is so common today and because people take it for a physical problem and see the internal relief, it can be quite addictive.

By recognizing that there may be a drug and alcohol addiction problem this can be the best step. I see people regularly in counseling who talk about how the pain killer pills would really seem to make the day easier physically. Later this will get generalized and applied to work stress, school anxiety, relationship problems and life issues. But inner tools are not learned this way that can be used to dissipate difficult and challenging times.

This is where breathing, exercise, yoga and techniquest to change your assumptions can be very useful. Then you can be free within life situations that are thrown at you.

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1 Comment »

  1. I wish her the best of luck. She has a lot of insight and seems to be focusing on her relationship for strength. Also her career is quite important to her. It is interesting that the problem started at such a young age. Family pressure must have been high too.

    Comment by Eczema Rash Info — April 22, 2009 @ 1:15 am


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