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Eminem: Relapse!


New Eminem Album - Coming May 19th, 2009! Click more for a track list...

Continuing:

Relapse is the sixth studio album by Eminem. It is scheduled to be released by record label Interscope Records, along with subsidiaries Aftermath Entertainment and Shady Records, first on May 15, 2009 in select countries, followed by May 19 in the United States. Relapse will be Eminem's first studio album since Encore in 2004, thus ending the rapper's musical hiatus.

Track list:

# Title Producer(s) Length
1. "Dr. West" (skit) 1:29
2. "3am" Dr. Dre 5:20
3. "My Mom" 5:20
4. "Insane" 3:01
5. "Bagpipes from Baghdad" 4:43
6. "Hello" 4:08
7. "Tonya" (skit) 0:43
8. "Same Song & Dance" 4:08
9. "We Made You" Dr. Dre, Eminem 4:30
10. "Medicine Ball" 3:57
11. "Paul" (skit) 0:19
12. "Stay Wide Awake" 5:20
13. "Old Time's Sake" (feat. Dr. Dre) Dr. Dre 4:35
14. "Must Be the Ganja" 4:03
15. "Mr. Mathers" 0:42
16. "Deja Vu" 4:43
17. "Beautiful" 6:32
18. "Crack a Bottle" (feat. Dre, 50 Cent) Dr. Dre 4:58
19. "Steve Berman" (skit) 1:29
20. "Underground/Ken Kaniff" 6:19

More info soon!
Dedicated Relapse page: Eminem Relapse


05 May 2009 by News Team



by Rahul @ 18 Dec 2015 11:16 am
I agree exploring the antisnebce violation effect, coping responses, social support structures, and self-efficacy are all vital to preventing this lapse turning into a relapse. Although self-blame and perceived loss of control is a natural reaction to breaking one’s own rules, it is important that the client is aware that a lapse is a probable part of the recovery process. Per the Dennis et al. article, the risk of relapse is most problematic during the first 3 years of antisnebce and never completely disappears. I would uncover what coping skills the client has, which have been successful in the past, and suggest new ones to utilize, specifically the Cocaine Risk Response Test since research shows this measure of coping leads to significant improvements on CBT type coping skills. Furthermore, I would ask questions regarding her support system: has a significant event or change occurred in her family, friends, employment, housing, health, etc. Understanding what triggered the lapse and instilling coping strategies is a start to building one’s self-efficacy. Instead of having rules, I would establish realistic goals so every time the client achieves a goal she will have more positive feelings about herself, and hopefully this will increase her motivation to continue her recovery.