Addiction Recovery Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: craving: a powerful and strong desire/urge for a substance, synthetic: not naturally occurring, relapse: to fall back into a former state after a period of sobriety, parenting: the process of taking care of children until they are old enough to take care of themselves, abstinence: refraining from further drug use, action: the fourth phase of the recovery process, denial: an assertion that something said, believed, alleged is false, trigger: something that causes something else to happen, addiction: a chronic, relapsing disorder characterized by compulsive drug seeking and use despite negative consequences, urinalysis: chemical analysis of urine, dopamine: the naturally produced chemical in the brain that provides feelings of well-being, withdrawals: reactions or behaviors that result from the abrupt cessation of a drug one is dependent on, paws: abbreviation for withdrawal symptoms after initial acute withdrawal, secrets: something that is kept or meant to be unknown by others, coping: to face and deal with responsibilities, problems or difficulties, goals: the object of a person's ambition or effort, an aim or desired result, morphine: a major sedative/pain reliever found in opium, change: the act or instance of making or becoming different, tolerance: condition in which one must increase their use of a drug for the same effect, rebuilding: repair something after it had been damaged or destroyed