One of the best ways to put a fresh focus on a sober lifestyle in the new year is through goal setting. Whether these are goals to help you continue
The good news about recovery from substance abuse is that it’s possible for anyone to achieve. The bad news is the opposite is also true: anyone can succumb to relapse.
If you find yourself struggling with what to get your loved one in recovery, you’re not alone. Recovering from an addiction is likely one of the hardest things your loved
These last few months of the year bring a stream of celebrations that range from gatherings with family and friends to work parties. While often full of love and joy,
Our emotions have a profound impact on our lives. They influence what we think and how much we let what we think to affect us; they are predominantly responsible for
Losing a loved one, going through a divorce, experiencing a loss of identity, maneuvering through the loss of employment, losing housing to a natural disaster— these are all significant losses
Whether you’re in the early stages of recovery or undergoing your last few treatments, you’ve probably already started to think about what your life will be like post-rehabilitation. Thoughts about
All of us have heard the old adage, “The first step is admitting you have a problem.” Easier said than done. Admitting addiction is terrifying, even if you’re opening up
If you’ve found yourself in the world of addiction recovery, you’re sure to have heard the word “trigger.” A trigger is something that prompts a person to crave a substance.
One of the most beautiful aspects of nature is that it’s available to everyone, all of the time. Spending time in the great outdoors produces a variety of positive effects