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The Recovery Network


Sometimes getting over your problems can be easier, if you can talk to others who have been through it. That is where The Recovery Network can help, find out more below.

The Recovery Network:

"The Recovery Network (TRN) is a social networking and educational web platform, dedicated to helping individuals to connect with others in a similar situation to themselves.

Since launching on November 5th 2007, our global online community has grown to over 1,700 members. The Recovery Network uses Max Clifford Associates for their PR and has enjoyed coverage in OK Magazine, Sky News, Daily Star, Talksport Radio, Reveal Magazine, Evening Standard, ITV London Tonight, ITV1 Documentary - Saving Ed Mitchell, Mail on Sunday, This Morning - ITV, Cosmopolitan Magazine, The Guardian and many more.

By becoming a member of the TRN website you will have access to chat rooms and forums allowing you to build a 24/7 support network of like-minded friends. By creating a support network you are able to share experiences with like-minded individuals who understand how addiction can impact on our lives as they too, have been affected by this destructive illness.

You can record your own video diaries or messages and add them to your blogs or simply learn more about the illness within our education sections.

The Recovery Network plans to become the centre of excellence in the field of addiction.

We provide social networking areas for those affected by addictions to:

- Alcohol

- Drugs

- Gambling

- Sex & Love

- Eating Disorders

- Co dependency

- Other Addictions".

If you have been tempted by this, here's the link:

THE LINK WAS HERE TO GO TO THE PLACE!

The Recovery Network

http://www.trntv.co.uk/ affiliate program was with Paid On Results. Sadly, the program has now finished and the page has had to be bunged up. In the meantime, for similar help please visit our Mental Health page.

Alternatively, you can cut and paste The Recovery Network link - http://www.trntv.co.uk/