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Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Even if we are unsure of what it means or how it works, most of us know the phrase “mind-body connection.” ...
Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

When a person gets sober, there is a whirlwind of events that can take place. First, the body goes through ...
The Important Relation Between Trauma and Addiction

The Important Relation Between Trauma and Addiction

The basic definition of trauma is a “deeply distressing or disturbing event.” However, trauma can be a deeply ...
The Pandemic Showed Us the Way We Work Is Not Sustainable

The Pandemic Showed Us the Way We Work Is Not Sustainable

Wake up, roll over, hit snooze. Do it again, and again, and again. Then suddenly, during this exhausted state, you ...
 Staying Sober When Some Of Your Closest People Are Not

 Staying Sober When Some Of Your Closest People Are Not

When someone first gets sober, they can be confronted with many questions, resistance, and complexities about their
International Women’s Month: Women and Recovery

International Women’s Month: Women and Recovery

March is International Women’s Month, with March 8th being the infamous International Women’s Day. This day and ...
5 Tips for Dealing With Grief

5 Tips for Dealing With Grief

One of life’s most difficult experiences is going through the process of grief. It would be somewhat easier if ...
Learning to Be Accountable in Recovery

Learning to Be Accountable in Recovery

Accountability is accepting responsibility for your actions. Learning to be accountable in recovery from addiction ...
You Don’t Have to Use Drugs and Alcohol to Have Fun

You Don’t Have to Use Drugs and Alcohol to Have Fun

Now that you’re sober, you may be stuck in the mindset that you can’t have fun in sobriety. Some people believe ...
How to Get Honest About a Relapse

How to Get Honest About a Relapse

In recovery, we may encounter a challenging situation or time when we feel the need to return to substance use. ...
Navigating Recovery After Incarceration

Navigating Recovery After Incarceration

After being released from prison, you are given a second chance, a fresh start, a better future, but only if you ...
Loving Yourself This Valentine’s Day

Loving Yourself This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a holiday most people associate with romantic love. But have you ever considered loving yourself
Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Recovery and the Mind-Body Connection

Even if we are unsure of what it means or how it works, most of us know the phrase “mind-body connection.” ...
Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

Nurturing Your Mental Health Needs

When a person gets sober, there is a whirlwind of events that can take place. First, the body goes through ...
The Important Relation Between Trauma and Addiction

The Important Relation Between Trauma and Addiction

The basic definition of trauma is a “deeply distressing or disturbing event.” However, trauma can be a deeply ...
The Pandemic Showed Us the Way We Work Is Not Sustainable

The Pandemic Showed Us the Way We Work Is Not Sustainable

Wake up, roll over, hit snooze. Do it again, and again, and again. Then suddenly, during this exhausted state, you ...
 Staying Sober When Some Of Your Closest People Are Not

 Staying Sober When Some Of Your Closest People Are Not

When someone first gets sober, they can be confronted with many questions, resistance, and complexities about their
International Women’s Month: Women and Recovery

International Women’s Month: Women and Recovery

March is International Women’s Month, with March 8th being the infamous International Women’s Day. This day and ...
5 Tips for Dealing With Grief

5 Tips for Dealing With Grief

One of life’s most difficult experiences is going through the process of grief. It would be somewhat easier if ...
Learning to Be Accountable in Recovery

Learning to Be Accountable in Recovery

Accountability is accepting responsibility for your actions. Learning to be accountable in recovery from addiction ...
You Don’t Have to Use Drugs and Alcohol to Have Fun

You Don’t Have to Use Drugs and Alcohol to Have Fun

Now that you’re sober, you may be stuck in the mindset that you can’t have fun in sobriety. Some people believe ...
How to Get Honest About a Relapse

How to Get Honest About a Relapse

In recovery, we may encounter a challenging situation or time when we feel the need to return to substance use. ...
Navigating Recovery After Incarceration

Navigating Recovery After Incarceration

After being released from prison, you are given a second chance, a fresh start, a better future, but only if you ...
Loving Yourself This Valentine’s Day

Loving Yourself This Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a holiday most people associate with romantic love. But have you ever considered loving yourself

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