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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      Author: Leslie Cole

      Leslie Cole, MD, and her husband Tim live in Nashville, Tennessee, where she practices addiction medicine, writes, blogs, paints, and plays. She has recently authored the book Quit Pain Pills without the Withdrawal. How It’s Possible to Break Free from Your Dependence and Finally Wake Up Feeling Normal, as well as an online course for the first months of recovery. Her own struggle with an eating disorder and her complaining relationship with her Higher Power have informed much of her writing. Her favorite thing to do is sit on the couch with her husband and their Cocker Spaniel Clover. You can reach her at and can read more about her book and course at Quit Pain Pills

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      10-15-19 | By Leslie Cole

      Why Is It so Hard to Quit Pain Pills?

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      Why is it so hard to quit pain pills? Or quit smoking? Or drinking cola? Or any other habit or addiction? Most people want to change. They just don’t know how. Most people actually want to stop habits and addictions that are hurting them or their loved ones. Habits like: Quitting pain pills Overspending Smoking … Continued

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