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How Do I Know if I Have Self-Defeating Habits?

Self-defeating habits can be your worst enemy. These behaviors start with a negative thought process. Then, you may find yourself replaying unpleasant thoughts over and over again. These thoughts prevent you from forming healthy beliefs and solutions. It is common to get caught in these negative thinking traps, and the fear of stepping out ofRead More

How Can Relapse Prevention Skills Help Me?

Recovery is a journey of personal growth that is just as unique as you are. Relapse prevention is why most people seek treatment. You have tried many things to combat the disease of addiction; however, doing the same things over and over does not seem to be working. Now, you are seeking change to learnRead More

Healthy Habits in Early Recovery

When you leave a treatment center, it’s tempting to think that the hardest part is over. However, the real work starts now. If you’ve struggled with substance abuse, your recovery journey could be long and challenging. Working on staying sober after leaving rehab is a challenge for most people because they’re dealing with old habits,Read More

How Can I Navigate College in Recovery?

Let’s not kid ourselves—college can be extremely stressful for any young adult. It can be even more stressful for those who have struggled with substance abuse and are now in recovery. For many, college is often the first time that young adults are exposed to drugs and alcohol. Sadly, this can lead to high ratesRead More

How Can I Celebrate My Recovery?

After completing treatment, you have arrived at the point where you want to celebrate your accomplishments. You are proud of yourself for letting go of your addiction and continuing to work on yourself. Who you have become during this journey is something to be celebrated. Recovery has many milestones, and each one deserves to beRead More

Coping With Boredom in Recovery

Recovering from substance use disorder (SUD) or any other type of addiction is not easy. Coping with boredom in sober living, new routines, and limited social interactions can be especially challenging for those who have spent much of their life dealing with addiction. Addiction recovery requires a lot of hard work, dedication, and sacrifice. ItRead More

Foods That Feed Our Recovery

While the cliche that people crave unhealthy foods in sobriety may be true, it’s important to remember that there are foods that can feed our recovery more productively. When we first set out on the path of sobriety, our bodies often want to replace the substance we’ve removed from our lives with sugar, sugar, andRead More

How Can I Stay Active in the Recovery Community?

If you previously struggled with addiction, seeking treatment and deciding to embrace a life of sobriety is a huge change. This time of change can be a positive space in your life. You are taking steps forward to focus on yourself and others. Though you may have encountered obstacles, with positive peers and activity withinRead More

Is a 12-Step Program the Only Option in Recovery?

If you’re considering choosing a path of recovery, then you’re already thinking about one of the best choices you can make for yourself. The idea of recovery can seem overwhelming, but addiction is a far heavier burden to bear. Addiction is destructive, painful, and harmful to ourselves and the world in general. A life ofRead More

How Do I Know if I’m Addicted to Painkillers?

If you take painkillers or opioids to manage chronic pain, you may think that they’re helping you cope. In reality, these drugs are potentially addictive, and prolonged use can lead to dependence. Recognizing whether or not you’re addicted to painkillers is important. This way, you can seek help from a treatment center. Opioid addiction hasRead More