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Category: Addiction Recovery

Holiday Gift Ideas to Support Recovery

Dec 12, 2016
Now that your loved one is in recovery, you may be wondering what gift you can give to support their new lifestyle. While they are the same person at heart,...

Preparing for the Holidays to Stay on Track with Recovery

Dec 5, 2016
The holidays often bring with them a lot of hustle and bustle as people rush around buying gifts, baking cookies, preparing meals, and attending parties and other events. This can...

Benefits of Journaling in Recovery

Nov 28, 2016
Have you ever thought about keeping a journal? If not, maybe it’s time you did. Journaling is more than just a hobby or a form of creative release. In a...

Discovering Your Own Rock Bottom and Rising Up

Nov 7, 2016
There is a lingering belief when it comes to addiction that individuals must hit “rock bottom” before they are willing to accept help and enter treatment. However, rock bottom means...

Having Halloween Fun Without Sacrificing Recovery

Oct 24, 2016
Halloween is just around the corner and kicks off the start of the holiday season. Holidays can be tough for those in recovery because they are often filled with parties,...

Sharing Your Story of Recovery

Sep 19, 2016
Every voice matters and every story counts when it comes to addiction recovery. You never know the impact that you may have on someone’s life. Listening to your struggles and...

Breaking Bonds and Making New Friends in Recovery

Sep 6, 2016
An important part of addiction recovery is surrounding yourself with people who are a positive influence and who are supportive of your new lifestyle. Hanging out with old friends who...

Keeping a Positive Attitude in Recovery

Aug 15, 2016
Recovery from addiction is an ongoing process and not something that happens overnight. As such, it’s important to keep a positive attitude so that you can keep pushing forward, making...

Help Your Loved One Maintain Sobriety

Jul 25, 2016
There is no “cure” for addiction. Recovery is an ongoing journey and sobriety is a choice that clients make each day. As a family member, you play an integral role...

Exercising for Your Mental Health

Jul 18, 2016
Overcoming addiction involves much more than just stopping use of drugs or alcohol. It involves physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual health. These are all components of a more effective...
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