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Do I Have to Talk About My Recovery After Treatment?

The journey of recovery is lifelong and wrought with challenges. On your journey, you will likely encounter people who are exhausting and difficult. Conversely, you will also meet people you want to befriend. However, not every person you meet is entitled to know your story, no matter how genuine and nice they may seem. ItRead More

The Connection Between Addiction and Anxiety

Addiction and anxiety often go hand-in-hand. While it’s common for addiction to occur alongside any mental health disorder, anxiety is one of the most common. Understanding the factors that lead to this connection can help you find long-term success in recovery. Co-Occurring Disorders According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), “nearlyRead More

Coping With Grief in Recovery

Coping with grief in recovery can be challenging. Most people associate grief with death. However, you can experience grief in recovery over anything that you have an attachment to. What’s more, there is no right or wrong way to grieve. No matter how you look at it, grief is painful and can be tough toRead More

Giving Back to the Recovery Community as an Alumni

You have traveled a challenging road to get to this point, and now it is your turn to explore giving back to the recovery community. Giving back to the recovery community not only feels good but also gives you a sense of purpose. This blog will explain the importance of giving back to the recoveryRead More

What Does Processing Trauma Look Like in Individual Therapy?

Processing trauma is never easy. It can take years for people to identify their traumas and even longer for them to face them and begin the process of healing. When you have a trauma-specific therapist you can trust, individual therapy can be one of the most effective ways to process trauma. Long-Lasting Effects of TraumaRead More

Why You Should Stay 90 Days in Treatment

One of the top questions asked by people before entering treatment is, “How long will I need to be there?” While the answer can vary from person to person, many studies show that it’s best to stay 90 days in treatment. At 90 days, you will have the best chance at successful, long-term recovery. WhyRead More

How Recovery Communities Foster Accountability

It has been said that the opposite of addiction is connection. Therefore, surrounding yourself with people who understand this new sober version of you is important for the next phase of your life. You may be able to find this understanding in a recovery community. Recovery communities play an essential role in fostering growth, accountability,Read More

What to Bring to Rehab

Preparing for rehab can bring up a lot of anxious thoughts, feelings, and emotions. In order to ease some of the uncertainty, it’s important to know what to bring to rehab so you can make the most out of your stay. Rehab Is a Unique Treatment Pathway According to the Substance Abuse and Mental HealthRead More

When Parents Live in Denial: Healing From Developmental Trauma

As an adult, living with the implications of childhood trauma can make you feel like you are alone in your pain. It can be difficult to imagine that anyone can understand what you have been through or what you are going through now. While everyone’s experiences are unique to them, you are not alone inRead More

How to Make Your Home a Recovery-Friendly Environment

Your home can be a place of healing in your recovery journey. However, there may be several things you need to do to make your home more recovery-friendly. This is why it is important to have a trusted person prepare your living environment before you return home or shortly thereafter. You have completed a milestoneRead More