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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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How to Cultivate Self-Confidence

How to Cultivate Self-Confidence

Cultivating self-confidence may seem difficult, especially if you do not feel comfortable in your own skin. Experiencing a mental illness can often make you feel less confident until you begin a holistic treatment program that feels right and makes sense.

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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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How Comfort and Luxury Impact Recovery

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Whether individuals are overcoming their use of drugs or quelling unhealthy drinking habits, addiction recovery is an incredibly challenging process. Many emotional and physical changes occur in rapid succession as an individual ceases their use. Having a comfortable space to

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Ways to Be Creative During Recovery

Creative During Recovery

Creativity is vital to your holistic wellness and being creative can help you during your recovery. Popular to contrary belief, there are many ways to be creative outside of traditional drawing, coloring, and painting. Whether you consider yourself to be

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How Writing Can Help Your Recovery

Writing Can Help Your Recovery

Writing can be an excellent practice during your recovery journey. It provides time for introspection and self-reflection, cultivating self-awareness and self-honesty. One of the best parts of writing is that you do not have to actually be a writer to

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What Not to Say to Someone in Recovery

It is quite common for loved ones to feel the need to provide support during the recovery process. While many inquiries and remarks are helpful, others might harm the rehabilitation process. Although you are concerned for that person, you should

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Finding Your Sober Friends

Entering substance addiction treatment is similar to entering a foreign culture. We don’t know the language, customs, or what to expect. Likewise, sobriety is like entering a foreign country.   Foreign cultures ask us to extend ourselves beyond our comfort

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