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Setting Mental Health Boundaries

Setting Mental Health Boundaries

Setting boundaries can be one of the best things you can do for your relationships and mental health. Making clear boundaries will allow you to be present in your relationships in a way that’s healthy for you. Additionally, it can 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 ›

Setting Boundaries to Reclaim Your Life

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People-pleasing is often a symptom of perfectionism, fear of disapproval, and anxiety. Those who have learned tendencies and patterns of people-pleasing overextend themselves for others, hoping to keep the external peace at the cost of losing their internal stability. For Read More ›

Creating Boundaries With Yourself in Recovery

Setting boundaries is an essential part of the recovery process. Most people think this relates only to setting boundaries with others, but setting boundaries with themselves is a pivotal aspect as well. Personal boundaries are the mental, emotional, and physical Read More ›

What Detaching With Love Teaches Us

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In recovering from codependency, detaching with love is the central pillar to finding healing for yourself. The principle of detaching with love is not just limited to use by people who struggle with codependency; its message can be translated and Read More ›

The Importance of Boundaries

The Importance of Boundaries

Right now is the best time to be living in society — a time where people can start to speak up against issues like abuse, toxic relationships, sexual harassment, discrimination, and gender inequality, to name a few. This time that Read More ›

Achieving Emotional Security

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We hear the term “emotional security” quite a bit in 12-Step programs of recovery. Many of us have seemingly placed our emotional security in the hands of others our entire lives. We have based our actions and decisions on what Read More ›

Holidays in Recovery

With the holidays coming up, it can be easy to feel nervous about the urge to abuse alcohol or drugs. Whether potential usage is with family or friends, or whether we may feel lonely during the holidays, the desire to Read More ›

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