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Allowing Yourself to Find Joy After Pain

Allowing Yourself to Find Joy After Pain

After struggling with addiction, mental illness, trauma, complex family dynamics, and other forms of pain and suffering, it can be hard to allow yourself to recognize and feel joy. Joy can even feel more vulnerable than pain, especially when pain Read More ›

Enjoying Your Accomplishments in Recovery

Enjoying Your Accomplishments in Recovery

Recovery from substance use and mental illness is not linear. While recovery takes time, it may feel as if you are never doing enough or that you should be further along in your recovery. This mindset can keep you from Read More ›

Overcoming the Stigma of Therapy as a Man

Overcoming the Stigma of Therapy As a Man

Therapy is one of the mainstays of mental health and addiction treatment programs. For as many mental health conditions that are recognized, there are methods of treatment to alleviate their symptoms. Men tend to be more reluctant to seek help Read More ›

Learning How to Flow With Life

Learning How to Flow With Life

Learning to flow with life is a game of letting go of control and beginning to allow yourself to feel present and safe in your body. If control is something that feels incredibly familiar, and uncertainty feels scary, letting go Read More ›

Finding Motivation to Recover

Finding Motivation to Recover

Finding the motivation to recover when you are tired of healing can be difficult. Although it would be nice if the motivation was always present, this is not usually the case. To continue choosing recovery, remind yourself why you started Read More ›

Giving Yourself Time to Recover

Giving Yourself Time to Recover

Being patient with yourself is one of the most critical parts of recovery from substance use or mental illness. Healing takes time, the process is not linear, and there is no endpoint since recovery is a life-long journey. Shifting Your Read More ›

Improving Your Interpersonal Effectiveness

Improving Your Interpersonal Effectiveness in DBT

Interpersonal effectiveness is a core skill taught in dialectical behavior therapy. In weekly group therapy sessions, you learn how to communicate your needs and consider the needs of others while maintaining self-respect and integrity. Personality disorders and mental health conditions Read More ›

Finding Your Mindful Morning Routine

Finding Your Mindful Morning Routine

One important aspect of wellness is finding routines and rituals that feel good for you and allow you to find inner peace when you feel you are clouded with self-judgment, fear, anxiety, and self-doubt. Creating time in your morning when 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 ›

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