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Why Is It So Hard to Quit Opioids?

Opioid addiction has become a full-blown epidemic in the United States. Even though there are now more programs and treatments than ever, many people still find it difficult to quit opioids. Even though it may seem impossible, you can recover with the right tools and help. The Opioid Epidemic To understand the opioid epidemic, it’sRead More

Mindful March: Incorporating Mindfulness Into Addiction Recovery

Mindfulness has a wide range of benefits for addiction recovery, including enhancing one’s overall quality of life. If you’re in addiction recovery, incorporating mindfulness into your recovery journey can help you gain confidence, clarity, and peace. This makes mindfulness an excellent tool for promoting long-term recovery success. The Roots of Mindfulness Mindfulness is a powerfulRead More

How Do I Learn to Trust Myself Again?

Trust can bring you closer to others and allow you to reach out when needed. However, it can be hard to start trusting yourself when you’re in recovery. After all, you may be hard on yourself for making poor choices. Rest assured, you are in a new place in your journey now. It is timeRead More

Wellness Practices for the New Year

The New Year is always the perfect time to think about a fresh start. If you’re in recovery, it’s important to have a healthy routine you can stick with. A solid plan of action with the right wellness practices can help you begin the healthiest year of your life. Healthy Habits in the New YearRead More

How to Create New Connections in the New Year

If you’re like many people, you may find social interaction to be a little anxiety-provoking at times. Perhaps even the thought of going somewhere unknown can cause a feeling of anxiety. This fear may even dissuade you from building new connections in recovery. However, creating healthy relationships is an important key to establishing a strongRead More

Trying Group Therapy When You Have Social Anxiety

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), experiencing anxiety occasionally is a normal part of life. You may experience a spike in anxiety during tests or when you make big life decisions like moving to a new state or country. Anxiety is a part of your fight or flight response and,Read More

The Role of Family in Substance Abuse Diagnosis and Treatment

Substance abuse is a significant health concern in the United States that can have a devastating impact on families. To effectively diagnose and treat substance abuse, it is important to understand the role of the family in the process. Family members are often the first to recognize that something is wrong and can provide vitalRead More

How We Develop Trauma

We never know when a traumatic event might strike. It might occur just one time or regularly. The variety of experiences that can lead to trauma is limitless. Because of this variety, it is often difficult to admit that we have experienced a traumatic event. One of our first inclinations may be to ignore traumaRead More

How Can You Unwind Without Drinking?

Most people think that alcohol is the only way to unwind. This belief is so common that it has given birth to activities like “happy hour.” The biggest problem here is that the more problems you have, the more you drink. Further, regular drinking will likely put you on the path to alcohol use disorderRead More

The Reality of Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)

When it comes to our body image, many of us have insecurities that can cause us distress or anxiety. For some people, these feelings are more intense and pervasive, impacting daily life and functioning profoundly. This is known as body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), an often-misunderstood mental health condition characterized by excessive preoccupation with perceived physicalRead More