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The Importance of Family

September 14, 2022

We all have family that we can turn to in times of need. We look to our family for support […]

Codependent No More

March 30, 2022

Codependent No More Codependent is a word that is thrown around rather loosely, but what does it really mean to […]

Referrals: It’s All About Trust

March 16, 2022

Referrals: It’s All About Trust It’s not uncommon in today’s medical field to go to your family practitioner for a […]

Overcoming Denial: A Guide to Facing the Truth

March 1, 2022

Overcoming Denial: A Guide to Facing the Truth Denial is a powerful thing. It can make us believe whatever we […]

Navigating the ‘New Normal’: Making Recovery Work During a Pandemic

February 16, 2022

Navigating the ‘New Normal’: Making Recovery Work During a Pandemic As we enter the third year of battling the COVID […]

5 Ways to Fit Mindfulness into Your Daily Routine

February 5, 2022

5 Ways to Fit Mindfulness into Your Daily Routine Mindfulness, as described by Jon Kabat-Zinn, means to pay attention in […]

3 Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness

January 19, 2022

3 Benefits of Practicing Mindfulness Why Mindfulness? Everyone at one point or another feels weighed down with negative thoughts and […]

Sticking to Your Recovery Resolutions

January 10, 2022

Sticking to Your Recovery Resolutions Everyone looks forward to the New Year for many reasons – good food, quality time […]

Stay Strong in Your Recovery During the Holidays

December 15, 2021

This time of year may also be an ideal moment to refresh the relapse prevention techniques learned in recovery and even attend an unscheduled therapy session or two to reinforce the principles of long-term recovery and sobriety. An individual can also use this time to reach out to their treatment center, confirming that their sobriety is on track and revisiting an environment that they know is both welcoming and supportive.

What happens when I relapse? 5 Signs to look for

December 6, 2021

Sometimes when recovery is going well, you may get too comfortable in your new state of being and you make think, “I can handle it from here.” You must stay on track with working the steps or the inevitable backward slide begins. Don’t let success be your trigger!

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