Category: Emotional

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Flip the Script on Anger

controlling anger

Anger is a natural response to some situations. For example, in the heat of a stressful or hurtful moment, we can use our anger to endure what we are experiencing. However, uncontrolled anger is destructive for your physical and mental

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2 Steps for Achieving Emotional Sobriety

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The first step to getting sober is the physical aspect of not using anymore. Taking each day at a time is a key pillar to success in the early days of recovery, but just avoiding the use of drugs or

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Developing Mental Toughness in Recovery


What makes the difference between someone able to accomplish the long-term goals they set for themselves and someone who can’t? Does it boil down to something predetermined like intelligence, luck, physical capabilities, or is it something else? It turns out

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Communicating Through Multiple Means of Expression

communication in recovery

Communication is a crucial part of recovery. Whether an individual is addressing their mental health, moving through their recovery from an addiction to drugs or alcohol, or trying to support a loved one through their struggles, communication is the cornerstone

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The Science Behind a Bad Mood

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Nobody likes experiencing a bad mood – that sunken feeling of despair, hopelessness, negativity, and so forth can make it appears nothing will get better. Bad moods may last just a few short minutes or could impact our entire day

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