Why Is Self-Care Important?

Why Is Self-Care Important?

You know that one person that always takes care of everybody else and puts others first? Maybe you know that person well?  Maybe it’s you? Taking care of others is nice, but it can take a toll and it’s time to start implementing some serious self-care to salvage...

Normalizing Relapse

Normalizing Relapse

Relapse. It’s a word that you might hear spoken in the same hushed tones as seditious hearsay. Despite the near-universal wish throughout 12-Step programs and recovery centers to avoid relapse by whatever means possible, the truth is that relapse is often a fact of...

Mixing Prescription Drugs and Alcohol

Mixing Prescription Drugs and Alcohol

When fictional TV character Jessica Jones pours a glass of whiskey to take her pain meds, her secretary admonishes her to “drink it with water.” So Jessica pours a little splash of water in her whiskey and proceeds to down her pain pills. It may be funny on TV, but...

How Can I Help My Child Who’s Being Bullied?

How Can I Help My Child Who’s Being Bullied?

If there is anything worse than being bullied, it’s watching your child being bullied. We wish we could protect them every minute of the day, but many parents have to send them to public schools and they aren’t there the whole day to protect them like they want. We...

Managing Stress While Staying Sober

Managing Stress While Staying Sober

COVID-19, the election, civil unrest, job insecurity, financial instability, emotional turmoil…the list of things that can cause us stress doesn’t seem to have any end in sight. Regular life is hard enough and the added challenge of trying to keep your recovery on...

Identifying Risk Factors In Your Adolescent

Identifying Risk Factors In Your Adolescent

Did you know that substance abuse is the largest indicator of future addiction for adolescents? Being a teen comes with its challenges, and in today’s society, our teenagers grapple with hardships that we as parents may have never encountered. By maintaining an active...

Could I Be Addicted To Exercise?

Could I Be Addicted To Exercise?

The importance of getting regular exercise is one of the earliest healthy habits we’re taught. Even so, the excessive need to exercise or the unwillingness to skip a day at the gym can lead to unhealthy circumstances. If an individual refuses to rest after an injury,...

Should I Transition Into a Sober Living Facility?

Should I Transition Into a Sober Living Facility?

Making your next change after attending a treatment program can feel uncomfortable. You’ve spent the past weeks or months working incredibly hard on yourself, and you know how important this next step in your journey will be. When a person completes a treatment...

Leaving Your Family To Attend Treatment

Leaving Your Family To Attend Treatment

Admitting that you need professional help for your substance abuse issues can give rise to feelings of shame and sadness. The hardships can feel overwhelming to the point that some people may refuse treatment altogether. The strain of leaving one’s family presents an...

Isolation and COVID-19

Isolation and COVID-19

The Coronavirus pandemic has made America’s mental health crisis worse than it has been in an extremely long time. People all over the globe have been forced to isolate themselves from the people or places that were once so easily accessible. People across the U.S....

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