He shared his secrets about relapse and sobriety with Oprah, emphasizing persistence and perseverance.
Your relapse into the misuse of drugs, together with that of your wife destroyed all that.
Maybe most importantly, the app includes interactive features to intervene before a relapse occurs.
Meanwhile, doctors warned Rebecca that if she weaned herself from methadone too quickly, she might relapse.
While a collapse in 2012 was avoided, “we should make sure we guard against the relapse in 2013,” she said.
Meanwhile the news had spread that there was a relapse and that the doom impended.
And when the relapse fell on him, was he in most respects—or in all respects—as he was then?
And they who feared a relapse into his former evil ways were happily disappointed.
Not now; and I'll take care not to have a relapse,' said he gravely.
He tried to be discreet, but in August, with the full moon, he had a relapse.
relapse re·lapse (rĭ-lāps')
v. re·lapsed, re·laps·ing, re·laps·es
To regress after partial recovery from illness.
To slip back into bad ways; backslide.
To fall or slide back into a former state.