Addiction Blog

What Does Success in Sobriety Look Like?

For many people struggling with addiction, substance and alcohol use is misinterpreted as a crutch. Though it might feel initially like that crutch is helpful,
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What is the Relapse Definition?

If you or a loved one is struggling with addiction or a substance abuse issue, you may be familiar with the term ‘relapse.’ The relapse
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When Completing Residential Treatment

  Often when an individual completes the residential treatment, there remains unresolved issues, especially with their spouse, children and other family members. We know an
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How to Navigate Social Work Events and Stay Sober

Unfortunately, alcohol is part of the work culture for many professionals – but being at social events or around co-workers who are drinking isn’t always
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How Mindfulness Can Help Your Recovery and Your Career

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] An important part of lasting sobriety is building a life that was better than your previous life – or a life worth living sober.
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Say So Long to Guilt and Shame

“Stop beating yourself up. You are a work in progress; which means you get there a little at a time, not all at once.” —
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Can Swearing Boost Your Stamina?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Good news for all of you potty mouths – swearing not only feels good but it’s study-proven to be good for your mental and
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More Reasons to Say No to Diet Soda

Habitual intake of diet soda, dubbed “the Patron drink for alcoholics” by actor Stephen Moyer in an interview with People magazine, can do some serious
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Putting Spirituality Into Practice

Spirituality has been found to have a pretty profound impact on people in recovery from a substance use disorder. Some of the perks: less anxiety,
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How Healthy Is Your Relationship?

A healthy, balanced relationship can have a positive impact on your recovery. It can make you more productive, less likely to experience anxiety and depression and, in
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