emotional health

Trust in Addiction Recovery

Building Trust

In a relationship affected by substance use, trust is one of the largest casualties. Loved ones often go through significant worry and anxiety while an addicted person is using. Not only that, but they have often been lied to, concealed from, or even had their...

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Addiction and Emotional Vulnerability

Addiction and Emotional Vulnerability

The biological and psychological impact of drugs and alcohol on an individual can result in significant emotional vulnerability. A life of addiction is stressful with dysregulated thoughts, emotions, and relationships. Heightened emotional vulnerability is the result. High emotional vulnerability involves increased sensitivity and reactivity to...

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Try To Be Yourself in Recovery

Try To Be Yourself

We live in a challenging world full of possible stressors, demand at work and home and on ourselves. The practice of Mindfulness helps the individual be true to one’s own self. Being true to one’s self require and honest review of our personal character strengths...

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