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Controlling the Committee in Your Head to Stay Sober

Controlling the Committee in Your Head to Stay Sober If you’re going into recovery then you know that your own thoughts can be your own worst enemy. Not only do you experience cravings, you can catch yourself being toxic to yourself and sometimes in ways that directly influence your goals and your sobriety. Often, we […]

Maintaining Motivation in Recovery After Treatment

Maintaining Motivation in Recovery After Treatment If you’re moving out of addiction treatment, you have a long road in front of you. For many, that path of recovery, where you have to spend years fighting cravings and rebuilding your life, can seem overwhelming. The truth is, you do have a long road in front of […]

How Time with Peers Can Improve Mental Health

How Time with Peers Can Improve Mental Health Most people are very aware that social support and time with friends and family is beneficial for their mental health. That’s so much true that taking time to be social and to spend time around others tops the list on most mental health advice. Humans are social […]

Navigating Early Recovery from Depression

Navigating Early Recovery from Depression Today, millions of Americans struggle with drugs and alcohol. In fact, with 46.3 million of us qualifying for a substance use disorder diagnosis, almost 14% of the adult population has a drug or alcohol use disorder. But, if you’re in recovery, you’re one of the less than 1.4% that actually go to […]

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