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Finding Time for Self-care

Finding Time for Self-care

Self-care is one of the most important aspects of addiction recovery. It includes things like eating well, ...
8 Tips for Resolving Conflict

8 Tips for Resolving Conflict

Conflict is an inevitable part of life. There’s nothing inherently wrong with people wanting different things but ...
6 Ways to Become More Self-aware

6 Ways to Become More Self-aware

Self-awareness is the cornerstone of emotional intelligence. It helps you regulate your emotions, motivate ...
How Compassion Strengthens Your Recovery 

How Compassion Strengthens Your Recovery 

There are many traits that are useful for everyone, especially anyone recovering from addiction. These traits ...
What is a Sober Escort?

What is a Sober Escort?

What is a Sober Escort? Andy Irons: Kissed By God illustrates the childhood, career, and ultimately tragically ...
Why Meditation Might Not Be for Everyone

Why Meditation Might Not Be for Everyone

Nearly every month, it seems, a new study is published supporting the positive effects of meditation, which range ...
Can Someone Really Have an Addictive Personality?

Can Someone Really Have an Addictive Personality?

We often say that someone has an addictive personality. They may go from one obsessive interest to another or they ...
When Should You Consider Changing Therapists?

When Should You Consider Changing Therapists?

Therapy is a central part of recovery from addiction. Even if you participated in intensive individual and group ...
What If Exercise Makes You Feel Worse Instead of Better?

What If Exercise Makes You Feel Worse Instead of Better?

Exercise is an important part of most recovery programs, and for good reason. Mountains of evidence show that ...
5 Commonly Misdiagnosed Mental Health Issues

5 Commonly Misdiagnosed Mental Health Issues

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, more than half of adults and more than 60 percent of adolescents
How to Talk to Your Children About Drugs and Alcohol

How to Talk to Your Children About Drugs and Alcohol

Talking to your children about drugs and alcohol is crucial. Children receive all kinds of conflicting information ...
6 Precautions to Take If You Have a Family History of Addiction

6 Precautions to Take If You Have a Family History of Addiction

Many factors contribute to a person’s likelihood of developing an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Scientists ...
Finding Time for Self-care

Finding Time for Self-care

Self-care is one of the most important aspects of addiction recovery. It includes things like eating well, ...
8 Tips for Resolving Conflict

8 Tips for Resolving Conflict

Conflict is an inevitable part of life. There’s nothing inherently wrong with people wanting different things but ...
6 Ways to Become More Self-aware

6 Ways to Become More Self-aware

Self-awareness is the cornerstone of emotional intelligence. It helps you regulate your emotions, motivate ...
How Compassion Strengthens Your Recovery 

How Compassion Strengthens Your Recovery 

There are many traits that are useful for everyone, especially anyone recovering from addiction. These traits ...
What is a Sober Escort?

What is a Sober Escort?

What is a Sober Escort? Andy Irons: Kissed By God illustrates the childhood, career, and ultimately tragically ...
Why Meditation Might Not Be for Everyone

Why Meditation Might Not Be for Everyone

Nearly every month, it seems, a new study is published supporting the positive effects of meditation, which range ...
Can Someone Really Have an Addictive Personality?

Can Someone Really Have an Addictive Personality?

We often say that someone has an addictive personality. They may go from one obsessive interest to another or they ...
When Should You Consider Changing Therapists?

When Should You Consider Changing Therapists?

Therapy is a central part of recovery from addiction. Even if you participated in intensive individual and group ...
What If Exercise Makes You Feel Worse Instead of Better?

What If Exercise Makes You Feel Worse Instead of Better?

Exercise is an important part of most recovery programs, and for good reason. Mountains of evidence show that ...
5 Commonly Misdiagnosed Mental Health Issues

5 Commonly Misdiagnosed Mental Health Issues

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, more than half of adults and more than 60 percent of adolescents
How to Talk to Your Children About Drugs and Alcohol

How to Talk to Your Children About Drugs and Alcohol

Talking to your children about drugs and alcohol is crucial. Children receive all kinds of conflicting information ...
6 Precautions to Take If You Have a Family History of Addiction

6 Precautions to Take If You Have a Family History of Addiction

Many factors contribute to a person’s likelihood of developing an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol. Scientists ...

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