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Check if your school offers 12 Step meetings or if any support groups meet near your campus.
Make a list of anything that causes you stress or distracts you from your studies. This will help you see what you can change to improve your chances of success.
Be honest with yourself about what you can handle academically. If necessary, reduce your course load, find a tutor, or join a study group.
Develop healthy eating and sleeping habits. They can have a tremendous effect on both your health and your grades.
Schedule time to relax. Your mind and body will thank you.
Be patient, and know that long-term sobriety is possible.
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