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Month: October 2017

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Telling Loved Ones What Helps (And What Hurts) 

Addiction recovery is certainly tough on you – but it’s no walk in the park for loved ones either. In fact, it can be hard (and
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Addiction Treatment Funding Cuts

In the wake of an opioid addiction epidemic more Americans than ever see the value of use disorder treatment. It doesn’t matter where you come
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Staying Motivated in Recovery: Questions to Ask Yourself

The recovery process is hard work and you’ll likely need a few strategies along the way to keep you motivated. Here are some questions to
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Recovery: Newcomers Learn About Fun

When people contemplate the decision to seek addiction treatment and recovery, there are several false perceptions. Individuals have ideas in their mind about what they
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Mental Health: Anxiety and Depression’s Toll

Taking time off from work to address your mental health is of the utmost importance. If people typically don’t go to work with the flu,
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3 Common Anger Myths

Everyone gets angry; it’s a normal emotion and one that’s likely to surface as you embark on your new sober life. If your anger becomes
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For the Caregiver: Good Mental Health Habits

If the man in your life is struggling with addiction, you know all too well the toll it can have on your physical and mental
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E-Cigarettes Could Save Millions of Lives

Nicotine is a highly addictive drug that keeps tobacco users coming back for more. If you are in recovery, then you know that many of
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