Category: Mental Illness

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You Are Never Stuck

You Are Never Stuck

There are moments in recovery from substance use and mental illness where you may feel stuck in the progress you are making. Perhaps it seems as if your recovery has regressed, like you have hit a wall, or you have Read More ›

The First Step to Change

The First Step to Change

Change of any kind can be challenging. With change can come feelings of ambivalence, excitement, and fear. While there may be joy in the freedom that can come with recovery from substance use and mental illness, you might also feel Read More ›

How Can I Feel More Confident?

How Can I Feel More Confident?

In seasons of life where you are not feeling confident, it can feel like you will never be able to access a sense of confidence in yourself. However, confidence and self-esteem are like a muscle and there are practices that Read More ›

Learning How to Set Boundaries

Learning How to Set Boundaries

Boundaries can be difficult, especially if you have frequently encountered codependency in your life. This can make it hard to know what you need and want when things in your inner world are not right—let alone know how to ask Read More ›

How Healing Happens

How Healing Happens

Beginning a journey of intentionally healing and creating change in your life may feel as exciting as it does overwhelming. You might put a lot of pressure on yourself to achieve healing perfectly and expect yourself to have healed in Read More ›

The Truth About Self-Discovery

The Truth About Self-Discovery

Self-discovery is an ever-changing, continual, and fluid process of self-reflection, self-acceptance, and self-trust. It can allow you to become more connected to your intuition and what you do and do not desire in your lives. It can also help you Read More ›

How to Be Alone

How to Be Alone

Cultivating the ability to feel safe being alone, especially if you are used to being around others to feel regulated, can be isolating, challenging, and confusing. While being in healthy and reciprocal relationships with others is important for wellness, it Read More ›

Rewriting the Story You Tell Yourself

Rewriting the Story Your Tell Yourself

The stories you tell yourself can either empower or oppress you. They can either lead you closer to your goals and desired reality, or further away from them. Recovery is an intentional time that asks you to rewire your mind Read More ›

Making Peace With the Inner Critic

Making Peace With the Inner Critic

Many, if not all, humans have a voice inside their heads known as the “inner critic.” Although what this voice sounds like differs from person to person, it is common for this voice to keep you stuck in patterns of Read More ›

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