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Month: January 2017

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Don’t Let Stress Hurt Your Sobriety

Failed relationships, family conflicts, financial trouble, job competition or loss, health concerns – these are just a few of the many stressors that you’ll likely
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Navigating Super Bowl Parties During Addiction Recovery

On Sunday, February 5th, the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will be facing off in the NFL Super Bowl 51. Like many other
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Becoming More Mindful: Living Life With Intention Through Meditation

Did your addiction begin as a way of escaping from life, the responsibilities of adulthood and the emotions you didn’t want to face? If so,
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5 Benefits of Family Therapy

Addiction is often a family disease, meaning it has a powerful impact on your life as well as the lives of those who you love
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Emotional Neglect: A Common Addiction Trigger

There are many different approaches to addiction treatment. But, studies have shown that the most successful ones do more than simply alter superficial behaviors and
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Conflict Management in the Workplace: 4 Strategies

Finding a career that’s rewarding (professionally and financially) is an important milestone that signals the successful transition into adulthood. You’re finally able to support yourself,
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Eating Right for Recovery

Eating healthy is important for everyone, but it’s especially crucial if you or someone you love is recovering from addiction. Drug and alcohol abuse robs
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Infographic: The Road Back from Opiate Addiction

Now is a Great Time to Get Sober If you are considering getting help with a substance addiction, there’s never been a better time than
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Co-Occurring Disorder Treatment: A Crucial Part of Rehab

If you or someone you love is suffering from alcohol or drug abuse and a mental illness (known as co-occurring disorders), you’re far from alone.
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Prioritizing Your Mental Health in the New Year

In the New Year, a lot of people are investing in resolutions to lose weight, exercise more often, quit smoking and go to the gym
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