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6 Ways to Cope with Anxiety while Recovering from Addiction

6 Ways to Cope with Anxiety while Recovering from Addiction

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in the US. More than 19 percent of Americans will ...
Tips for Controlling Rumination when You’re Recovering from Addiction

Tips for Controlling Rumination when You’re Recovering from Addiction

Rumination is characterized by repetitive thought patterns about past mistakes, future worries, or personal ...
7 Common Mistakes People Make in Addiction Recovery

7 Common Mistakes People Make in Addiction Recovery

Recovering from addiction is one of the biggest challenges anyone can face. There are many aspects to a successful ...
Why Keeping a Regular Routine is Good for Addiction Recovery

Why Keeping a Regular Routine is Good for Addiction Recovery

One thing you probably noticed about inpatient treatment is that everything happens on a regular schedule. You go ...
6 Ways to Break Through a Recovery Plateau

6 Ways to Break Through a Recovery Plateau

Complacency in addiction recovery can be dangerous. If you feel like you’ve beaten addiction for good or you’ve ...
Setting Boundaries when a Loved One has a Substance Use Issue

Setting Boundaries when a Loved One has a Substance Use Issue

Setting and enforcing boundaries are important for maintaining healthy relationships and they’re especially ...
How to Care for Yourself when a Loved One is Addicted

How to Care for Yourself when a Loved One is Addicted

Having a loved one with a substance use disorder is incredibly difficult. Whether it’s a child, parent, sibling, or
6 Reasons to Manage Your Expectations for Addiction Recovery

6 Reasons to Manage Your Expectations for Addiction Recovery

It can be tricky to manage expectations for addiction recovery. On one hand, you have to expect life to get ...
5 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

5 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

Psychotherapy is a central part of every good addiction treatment program. This typically happens in the form of ...
Should You Avoid Social Media Early in Recovery?

Should You Avoid Social Media Early in Recovery?

Social media has become an integral part of all of our lives, connecting us in many different ways. Despite its ...
Don’t Let a Breakup Sabotage Your Recovery

Don’t Let a Breakup Sabotage Your Recovery

A breakup or divorce is always hard to deal with and it’s especially hard if you’re recovering from addiction. A ...
7 Tips for Staying Sober in College

7 Tips for Staying Sober in College

Many assume college age is too young to be in recovery from addiction but actually people between the ages of 18 ...
6 Ways to Cope with Anxiety while Recovering from Addiction

6 Ways to Cope with Anxiety while Recovering from Addiction

Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health issue in the US. More than 19 percent of Americans will ...
Tips for Controlling Rumination when You’re Recovering from Addiction

Tips for Controlling Rumination when You’re Recovering from Addiction

Rumination is characterized by repetitive thought patterns about past mistakes, future worries, or personal ...
7 Common Mistakes People Make in Addiction Recovery

7 Common Mistakes People Make in Addiction Recovery

Recovering from addiction is one of the biggest challenges anyone can face. There are many aspects to a successful ...
Why Keeping a Regular Routine is Good for Addiction Recovery

Why Keeping a Regular Routine is Good for Addiction Recovery

One thing you probably noticed about inpatient treatment is that everything happens on a regular schedule. You go ...
6 Ways to Break Through a Recovery Plateau

6 Ways to Break Through a Recovery Plateau

Complacency in addiction recovery can be dangerous. If you feel like you’ve beaten addiction for good or you’ve ...
Setting Boundaries when a Loved One has a Substance Use Issue

Setting Boundaries when a Loved One has a Substance Use Issue

Setting and enforcing boundaries are important for maintaining healthy relationships and they’re especially ...
How to Care for Yourself when a Loved One is Addicted

How to Care for Yourself when a Loved One is Addicted

Having a loved one with a substance use disorder is incredibly difficult. Whether it’s a child, parent, sibling, or
6 Reasons to Manage Your Expectations for Addiction Recovery

6 Reasons to Manage Your Expectations for Addiction Recovery

It can be tricky to manage expectations for addiction recovery. On one hand, you have to expect life to get ...
5 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

5 Common Misconceptions About Therapy

Psychotherapy is a central part of every good addiction treatment program. This typically happens in the form of ...
Should You Avoid Social Media Early in Recovery?

Should You Avoid Social Media Early in Recovery?

Social media has become an integral part of all of our lives, connecting us in many different ways. Despite its ...
Don’t Let a Breakup Sabotage Your Recovery

Don’t Let a Breakup Sabotage Your Recovery

A breakup or divorce is always hard to deal with and it’s especially hard if you’re recovering from addiction. A ...
7 Tips for Staying Sober in College

7 Tips for Staying Sober in College

Many assume college age is too young to be in recovery from addiction but actually people between the ages of 18 ...

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