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Category: Mental Health

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...

Could It Be Depression?

Oct 10, 2016
Everyone goes through periods of time where they’re feeling down and not like themselves. It usually passes within a few hours or days and you’re back to your old self....

Recognizing the Impact of Mental Health on Addiction

Oct 3, 2016
Many addiction treatment centers place an emphasis on not just sobriety, but also mental health, and for a good reason. It is not uncommon for individuals struggling with addiction to...

Overcoming Trauma Through Addiction Treatment

Sep 26, 2016
There are many factors that may contribute to addiction including genetics and environment. One such factor is trauma. Clients may or may not realize that an underlying issue to their...

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...

Beating the Summer Blues

Jul 4, 2016
Many people view summer as a time of joy and relaxation where they can enjoy the warmth of the sun, clear blue skies, and longer daylight hours. However, depression doesn’t...

Mindfulness Tips for Addiction Recovery

Jun 17, 2016
There are many tools in the addiction recovery toolbox. Not all of them work for everyone, but it’s certainly worth exploring all the options available to you as you pursue...

Forgiving an Alcoholic

Jun 10, 2016
You cannot have healing without forgiveness. This is especially true in the addiction recovery process. For the recovering alcoholic, for example, the big challenge is self-forgiveness. That is just part...

Forgiving Yourself

Jun 3, 2016
Forgiveness is a key part of addiction recovery—and often it is forgiving yourself that proves the most difficult. It is common to feel remorse over things you may have done...
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