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How Trauma Treatment Helps You Overcome Triggers

Friday, October 23, 2020

Trauma, whether it was a one-time event or an ongoing stressor, can significantly impact your life. Distressing flashbacks, nightmares and constant feelings of being on edge are disruptive. If the long-lasting effects of trauma are preventing you from being happy and fulfilled, what can you do to move past...

Is Social Media Bad for Your Mental Health?

Friday, October 16, 2020

Social media has helped millions of people around the world stay in touch with friends and family, explore niche interests, share their talents and feel less isolated. But for all the benefits these platforms have brought to our lives, there’s also a dark side to social media. How Social Media...

October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Friday, October 9, 2020

Domestic violence affects millions of people from all races, genders, cultures and financial statuses, and many Americans know someone who is or has been a victim. It’s essential to prevent and educate ourselves about the effects of intimate partner harm year-round. However, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, which we observe...

How You Can Observe World Mental Health Day During COVID-19

Friday, October 2, 2020

Mental health challenges like depression, anxiety and PTSD affect people from all walks of life and in every country on Earth. Despite the prevalence of mental illness, many stigmas still exist around openly discussing and seeking help for these disorders. To help put an end to these prejudices and...

How Boundaries Strengthen Relationships

Friday, September 25, 2020

Boundaries are a hallmark of any healthy, stable relationship – romantic or otherwise. We often assume that the people closest to us should instinctively understand how we feel. Instead of expecting people to intuit your needs and wants, take time to specifically define them.You can create boundaries with anyone...

You Are Enough: How to Practice Body Positivity

Friday, September 18, 2020

Loving yourself is a simple concept, but you may find it challenging to put into daily practice. Unfortunately, many women report being unhappy with their bodies, resulting in unhealthy habits like extreme dieting and eating disorders such as bulimia. The “thin-at-all-costs” mindset that dominates modern American culture is harmful,...

Why You Should Avoid New Romantic Relationships in Early Recovery

Friday, September 11, 2020

Many women who have recently started walking the path of sobriety start looking for love soon after successfully completing a treatment program. Perhaps they want to find someone with whom they can share their newfound enthusiasm and zest for life, or maybe they're looking to fill the hours they...

A Single Mother’s Guide to Addiction Treatment

Friday, September 4, 2020

Being a single mother is one of the most challenging jobs imaginable. The tireless demands of parenting become even more exhausting when you have to shoulder most of the burden on your own. It can feel tempting to reach for alcohol and drugs to help you relax and cope...

How the 12 Steps Can Benefit You Even If You Aren’t Religious

Friday, August 28, 2020

If your reliance on alcohol or drugs is threatening to take over your life and you’re searching for solutions, you’re probably aware that 12-step groups like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous have helped thousands of people overcome an addiction in a supportive environment. You might also have heard that the...

Resisting Diet Culture in Eating Disorder Recovery

Friday, August 21, 2020

American society perpetuates the dangerous myth that thinness equals beauty. The pursuit of an idealized, slender body size at any cost has led many women to develop eating disorders, jeopardizing their health. An estimated 20 million women in the U.S. will have eating disorders at some point in their...

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