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Your Life
does not get better
by chance it gets
better by Change -
Jim Hohn
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Often times men will
relapse because
they just don't
have anyone else to
turn to accept
the old friends
from their past life
of addiction
and
self destruction.
Change To Come is a local
non-profit whose goal is to
help men during one of the
most difficult times of their
lives;
the time during and
immediately after recovery
from alcohol, drugs and
abuse.
It is vitally important for
men in recovery to develop
a support network:
a therapist, a sponsor, and
multiple friends in
recovery with whom they
feel
comfortable discussing
their lives.
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Change to Come
Housing for single parents in recovery
Change To Come has been providing assistance to
single parents in recovery in the Bay Area since 2011
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Men need
emotional support
too!

In a study conducted at
the University of
California, Los Angeles:
Dr. Robert Fiorentine
and his colleagues have
found that men are
actually much more likely
than women to relapse
because of lack of a
social network. Men are
often reluctant about
participation in group
therapy and 12-step
meetings, feeling a
“masculine need” to do
things on their own. Men
often times may have
nowhere to turn for
comfort or advice when
their emotional state is at
one or the other extreme.
In fact, multiple studies
have found that women
are less likely than men
to relapse, in part
because they are more
likely to engage in group
counseling and more
likely to ask for help when
challenged.
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Oftentimes men relapse
because they just don't
have anyone else to turn
to accept
the old friends
from their past life of
addiction
and
self destruction.


Don't let this happen to
you!
There is no shame in
reaching out for a helping
hand.
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