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Set-Backs are Normal Set-backs happen to everyone from time to time. But, it’s important to recognize that they’re just temporary and that you can (and will!) move on. If you are working on your recovery, it’s also especially critical that you don’t let those minor inconveniences wear down your self-esteem. When you are feeling low...
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The destructive forces of addiction seemingly know no bounds. Like a virus, it infects the user, and from there, the damage rapidly spreads to those around them. Breaking apart marriages, eviscerating friendships – leaving a trail of anxiety, depression and stress in its path. This is why addiction is often referred to as “a family...
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It’s a paradox of sorts. That some people struggling with substance abuse are also afraid of experiencing recovery. They’re not sure what life will be like without the haze of addiction. How will they cope with stress? How can they navigate social situations? What will it be like to actually feel again? If you’re tired...
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More addiction rehabilitation centers are starting to incorporate a wide range of experiential therapies to supplement more traditional programming – and with positive results. In recent years, art therapy has gained more traction as an effective vehicle to help expedite recovery. In fact, one recent study found that nearly 40% of substance abuse treatment programs...
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The disease of addiction can take many different forms including compulsive overeating and alcohol and drug abuse. While many people typically think of addiction in terms of using and abusing a specific substance, you might be surprised to learn that individuals can also form an addiction to intangible things too. In codependent relationships, for example,...
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