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Fun and Adventurous Recovery Programs

When many people think of recovery, they picture long, boring days cooped up in a room. They may imagine a packed schedule of talk therapy that lasts all day long. These scenarios could not be further from the truth at The Guest House. At our facility, you will find a fun and adventurous recovery programRead More

Understanding and Overcoming Detachment in Society

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), social connections are essential for physical and mental health and well-being. Yet, social isolation and loneliness have become a global issue that deprives people of practical and emotional support to manage the challenges of daily life. As the WHO notes, approximately 1 in 4 older adults experience socialRead More

Confronting Challenges on the Ropes Courses

Nature and physical activity play an important role in supporting physical and psychological well-being. Moreover, engaging in activities in nature has a long history of healing through deeper self-awareness and self-understanding. According to Frontiers in Psychiatry, recovery is a process in which you improve your health and wellness for life satisfaction. Through bodily movement, youRead More

The Role of Exercise in Recovery

If you struggle with substance abuse, you may have neglected key components of your life. However, it is important to do whatever it takes to repair the mental and physical damage of addiction. The mind-body connection factors into everyone’s recovery. Although most likely you are aware of the role of exercise in building a healthyRead More

How to Create New Connections in Recovery

When you were in the throes of addiction, you may have spent your time with friends who did not have your best interests at heart. Now that you’re in recovery, you can begin to create new connections with supportive peers. Even though it may seem intimidating, forming new bonds with positive people will go aRead More

Leaning Into Loving Yourself in Recovery

Love comes in all shapes, sizes, and forms and is worth exploring. To be sure, loving yourself will look different depending on the unique person you are. One idea for loving yourself is to celebrate the love you have for yourself this Valentine’s Day. While you should be loving yourself daily, this can be theRead More

Finding Yourself Again Through Recovery

Even though many people lose their sense of self through addiction, finding yourself again is possible. You can re-discover your purpose and passion for life with a little dedication and the right support. Losing Yourself in Addiction When so much of your life is dedicated to substances, it’s easy to lose your sense of self.Read More

The Synergy of Somatic Experiencing and OCD Recovery

According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), in the United States in a given year, an estimated 1.2% of adults have obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Despite millions of people facing challenges, OCD recovery is impaired by the significant number of people who go untreated each year. As Mental Health America (MHA) notes, only 54.7%Read More

How Can I Learn to Accept the Things I Cannot Change?

“God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference.” If you have ever attended a 12-Step program meeting, you may have heard this passage. Have you wondered what exactly about these words brings comfort to so manyRead More

How Do I Beat Boredom in Recovery?

Figuring out how to beat boredom can be challenging, especially if you’re in recovery. When you were in active addiction, you were likely busy a lot of the time. Now that you’re in recovery, you may feel you have too much free time. It is that time of year when it gets colder and darker,Read More