I am currently having a project on recurring addictions. Someone gets addicted to something (alcohol, drugs,...) but over time and with a lot of effort he/she manages to overcome it. However, they say that it doesn't work that way... that sometimes it's imprinted on a deeper level, so when something radical happens, the addiction could be unlocked again. I'd like to open a discussion about the following problem. Do you think the same methods the person used to deal with his addiction the first time are likely to work again in the case of a recurring addiction? Or have they "lost their potency", in a manner of speaking? I'm waiting to see your suggestions.