RECOVERY STORIES

STEVEN TYLER

“Not long after that I was walking along the beach, I dropped to my knees, I began crying because I realized that I’d gotten sober.” -Steven Tyler, Does the Noise in my Head Bother You?

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NICKY JAM

The epic journey of Nicky Jam, who killed his career with drugs, exiled himself to Colombia and re-emerged with one of 2015's biggest hit

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DEMI LOVATO

"You really have to lean into the people that are trying to support you," Lovato says in Simply Complicated. "You really have to surrender, because that's when the change is gonna happen."

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EMINEM

At one point, he couldn’t picture himself doing anything without drugs. Eventually, he realized his addiction wasn’t just affecting himself, but his family too. He finally made the decision to get help because of his daughters.

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Art and music therapies are being used as complements to other psychosocial treatments, which may ultimately improve patient outcomes by offering more robust treatment options (MW. R. iller et al., 1999).