The Importance of Finding Sober Friendships in Recovery

The Importance of Finding Sober Friendships in Recovery

Isolation significantly impacts and influences addiction - loneliness can cause a person to search for a coping mechanism. As addiction progresses, someone may begin to isolate more and more from their friends and family. The cure for this is precisely the opposite -...

How Can I Better Support a Family Member in Recovery?

How Can I Better Support a Family Member in Recovery?

Family dynamics change when substance abuse affects one person within the family unit. Members often take on one of five roles that are not conducive to a healthy recovery. As the situations worsen and it becomes more apparent that the individual struggling needs to...

Isolation: One of Recovery’s Greatest Enemies

Isolation: One of Recovery’s Greatest Enemies

Addiction is one of the most lonely diseases known to humans - it repeatedly tells you you’re not good enough, not worth other people’s love, and are better off alone. This is why many individuals struggling with addiction often withdraw from their loved ones and...

Detoxing From Alcohol: What to Expect

Detoxing From Alcohol: What to Expect

Deciding to sober clean can be scary, especially when you know what the first step of detoxing entails. However, detox is necessary for treating alcoholism. Alcohol detox may be painful, uncomfortable, and life-threatening. It is not enough to know the general stories...

What is Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction?

What is Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction?

Recovery can be stressful at times, leaving you feeling stuck with no clue where to go. It is easy to get trapped in your head, not able to take a step back and see the bigger picture. To help with this, treatment facilities such as Everlast Recovery Centers use a...

Finding Your Passion in Recovery

Finding Your Passion in Recovery

Addiction is a selfish disease that only cares about itself, not leaving you any room to find your passion and purpose in life. Once you enter recovery, you are suddenly left to rediscover who you are outside of addiction. You learn more about yourself through the...

What to Expect After Leaving Rehab

What to Expect After Leaving Rehab

Treatment and sobriety don’t end when rehab does. Maintaining your sobriety will have to be worked towards for the rest of your life. Addiction is a chronic disease, meaning you may be at risk of relapsing in the future. This is why your life after rehab must be...

Is Marijuana an Addictive Substance?

Is Marijuana an Addictive Substance?

In today’s recreational marijuana world, the drug’s dangers are often overlooked, including its addictive qualities and consequences. Many people that smoke marijuana want to believe that the plant does not have any addictive qualities, and therefore they do not need...

Creating a Daily Routine After Rehab

Creating a Daily Routine After Rehab

While in rehab, you might have been engaged in a structured daily routine that included meals, exercise, group therapy, individual therapy, and time for chores, school, work, etc. This routine is necessary while in recovery because it takes up your time and keeps you...

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