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How to Show up for Meetings (and Yourself) in Early Recovery

Friday, January 15, 2021

If you’re exploring substance use disorder treatment for yourself or a loved one, you’ve likely encountered the idea of attending meetings where people share their stories of addiction and why they decided to change their lives for the better. What’s the value of these groups, and why is it...


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How to Set Healthy, Effective Boundaries

Friday, January 8, 2021

Drug and alcohol abuse exact a heavy toll on relationships, as addicts begin to prioritize substance use above all other activities. Along the way, you may have hurt the people who cared most about you by sending the message that you valued drugs and alcohol more than spending time...


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6 Simple Ways to Find More Joy in Every Day

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Joy can be challenging to come by, especially amid the turbulence of 2020 and all the hardships this year has brought. However, striving to find the joy in everyday life is still a worthwhile pursuit – perhaps even more so when times are tough. Cultivating joyfulness is an ongoing...


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Using Meditation for All-Natural Pain Relief

Friday, December 18, 2020

If you live with chronic pain, you know every day can be a struggle. Your doctor may have recommended prescription opioids to improve your quality of life, but it’s understandable to be wary of these drugs, given what we know about how addictive they can be. Even when used...


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Equine Therapy for Addiction: Does It Work?

Friday, December 11, 2020

People and horses have had a symbiotic relationship throughout human history. Like humans, horses are highly intelligent and social animals that naturally gravitate toward living in familial groups. A growing body of scientific research has confirmed being around animals can alleviate stress and help reduce the symptoms of anxiety and...


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A Guide to Staying Clean and Sober Through the Holiday Season

Friday, December 4, 2020

If you’re in recovery, the holiday season might be especially challenging for you. The period from Halloween to New Year’s Eve can be a tumultuous time, and many people use these holidays as an excuse to overindulge in unhealthy foods and behave recklessly at parties. Now that you’re concentrating...


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How to Help a Loved One With Borderline Personality Disorder

Friday, November 27, 2020

If your spouse, family member or a close friend has received a diagnosis of borderline personality disorder, it can be tricky to understand the best ways to reach them. Rocky relationships are one hallmark of this mental health challenge, along with risky behavior, mood swings and fears of abandonment....


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Safe, Sober Thanksgiving Celebrations During COVID-19

Friday, November 20, 2020

Thanksgiving is an occasion many people look forward to all year, but if you don’t drink, it can also be one of the most challenging days – especially in 2020, which has been such a chaotic time. How can you navigate this Thanksgiving and emerge with your sobriety intact?...


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Why You Should Find and Embrace Your Voice

Friday, November 13, 2020

Too often, women struggle with cultural expectations that they should be submissive, complacent and restrained. Despite the strides women have made to earn equality and break the glass ceiling, misogyny is still a very real, tangible problem in today’s world. Women who pursue leadership roles and embrace feminist ideas...


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Substance Abuse Treatment for Veterans and Their Families

Friday, November 6, 2020

Veterans face many challenges a civilian may never encounter. In serving their country, they often undergo extremely stressful situations that leave them feeling traumatized, such as witnessing a friend’s death or experiencing a sexual assault. Rates of PTSD are high among military veterans, especially those who have served in...


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