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Understanding Toxic Positivity in Add…

Toxic Positivity is an outlook that can derail a person’s recovery from addiction, especially early on. It can also hold individuals back fro…

Working with Shame in Early Recovery

One of the most difficult experiences in healing from addiction is working with shame in Early Recovery. Research shows that neurological experienc…

Working Through Ambivalence in Addiction

Ambivalence in addiction is not only common, it’s one of its defining features. Whether addiction is to substances or to behaviors, ambivalen…

Finding Your Passion After Addiction

It is not uncommon to feel groundless, aimless, or without passion in early recovery from addiction. When drugs or alcohol takes up so much space i…

Transitioning Out of Sober Living

Sober living (also called recovery residence)  can be a great place to start the journey out of addiction and into recovery. Once it’s time t…

Holistic Treatment for Depression

Holistic treatment for depression is gaining traction in the mental health world as it becomes increasingly clear that healing on a deeper, more pe…

Understanding Technology Addiction

Technology addiction, or tech addiction, is becoming more and more commonplace. Treatment for technology addiction is gaining headway in mainstream…

What is Mindfulness-Based Relapse Pre…

Mindfulness-Based Relapse Prevention (MBRP) is a set of evidence-based tools to aide in maintaining long-term recovery from addiction. How Does Min…

What to Expect From Addiction Rehab W…

Being in addiction rehab is a unique experience that generally consists of different phases, not only structurally, as it pertains to different lev…

Substance Abuse Treatment For Addiction

If you or a loved one’s prescription drug use meet at least two of these criteria in the past 12 months, then you may be suffering from a substance use disorder requiring treatment at a local drug rehab center.

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