No, not all addicts will relapse. While addiction is a chronic and relapsing disease, recovery is possible with the right support, treatment, and effort. Many people recover from addiction and maintain long-term sobriety. The likelihood of relapse can be influenced by factors such as the severity of addiction, the presence of co-occurring mental health conditions, a lack of social support, and stress or triggers in the environment. However, with ongoing treatment, support, and relapse prevention strategies, it is possible for individuals to achieve and maintain long-term recovery.