Category: Addiction

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Taking a Day Off – How to Do It Right

Taking a Day Off - How to Do It Right

Stress is a common occurrence throughout everyday life. While the sources of stress can change, the universal experience of stress is a constant struggle that can whittle your mental health and emotional resiliency. Due to these stresses, you may find

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The Importance of Aftercare Planning

The Importance of Aftercare Planning

Addiction is an uncurbable disease whose symptoms make detection and diagnosis a complex road to navigate. You can learn to cope with the lingering effects of addiction that may never cease. This does not mean that living a healthy, sober

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Creating Boundaries With Loved Ones Suffering From Addiction

Creating Boundaries With Loved Ones Suffering From Addiction

Helping a loved one through the turbulent journey of addiction recovery is a noble effort. Wanting your loved one to transform and succeed takes dedication and empathy in equal measure. It is essential to set boundaries between yourself and their

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Making the Most of Your Time in Individual Therapy

Making the Most of Your Time in Individual Therapy

Individual therapy is the cornerstone of many therapeutic programs. As you strive to better understand these aspects of yourself that have shaped your decision-making processes, you will gain a powerful resource through sitting down one on one with a therapist.

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The Power of Intention Setting

The Power of Intention Setting

Intentions are powerful words, statements, and phrases that can amplify change quicker than merely setting goals. Setting intentions is a mindful practice that allows you to listen to your inner voice and realize what motivates you to act and have

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Working With Resistance in Mental Illness Recovery

Working With Resistance in Mental Illness Recovery

When it comes to recovery from substance abuse, mental illness, and creating any change in your life in general, you will probably encounter resistance. Although resistance can often be uncomfortable and destabilizing, learning to work with resistance rather than against

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The Risks and Benefits of Couples in Addiction Recovery Together

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Addiction is a “family disease,” and if you are suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can adversely affect family and those closest to you. The disease of addiction is not limited to single relationships or familial dynamics;

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The Detrimental Impact of Process Addictions

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When mentioning “addiction,” you may think of a dependence on drugs or alcohol – the addictive substances that can greatly impact an individual’s health and daily life. However, the definition of addiction is much broader, encompassing more than drinking or

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The Finances of Addiction

The Finances

Addiction is incredibly costly, not only to your relationships, professional life, and physical and mental health but also to your finances. Finances are not typically the first thing that you ponder when considering the long-term costs of your addiction, even

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Changing the Way an Eating Disorder Affects You

Eating Disorder

Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that require appropriate treatment and care. According to ANAD (National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders), eating disorders impact nine percent of the population worldwide. If you are struggling with an eating disorder,

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