Leah Sarah Betts was a young English woman from Latchingdon, Essex, England, United Kingdom, who died shortly after her 18th birthday after taking an ecstasy tablet, and then drinking approximately 7 litres of water in a 90 minute period. Four hours later, she collapsed into a coma, from which she did not recover. ... See MoreSee Less
The power of an emotional filter ❤️ ... See MoreSee Less
Addiction is not a choice and it doesn’t discriminate. It can affect anybody at any time in life. It is complex and can be caused by a combination of behavioural, emotional, environmental and biological factors and although the illness is not curable, it is treatable and long-term recovery is achievable. Our former clients are testament to that.
People with addiction use substances, alcohol or harmful behaviours to numb or seek relief from difficult feelings or painful experiences so as part of their treatment with us, they will work with counsellors and therapists to safely address the root cause and other presenting issues so they can begin to heal and move forward.
Click the link here to read more about the illness of addiction: www.broadwaylodge.org.uk/about-you/addiction/ ... See MoreSee Less