Category: Mental Health

How Can We Feed Our Recovery?

How Can We Feed Our Recovery?

Recovery is all about stopping substance use, right? Actually, recovery is about healing holistically—mind, body, and soul—not simply abstaining from substances. Within our recovery, we will address all aspects of our being, and learn new tools and habits to become …

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Why Is Sleep So Important in Healing?

Why Is Sleep So Important in Healing?

Substance use takes its toll on our bodies in so many ways. But one of the things that impact us as much mentally as it does physically is sleep dysfunction. From the absolutely frustrating and mentally taxing insomnia to being …

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How Can I Set Boundaries in My Life?

How Can I Set Boundaries in My Life?

There are those in our lives who are well-meaning, but always seem to try to take care of us, to make excuses for our behaviors, and enable our substance use. There are others who are always angry with us and …

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Yoga for Healing

Yoga for Healing

When certain activities are trendy, we may have a hard time taking them seriously. However, sometimes, popular opinion gets it right. The “trend” of yoga dates back to over 5,000 years ago. While it has roots in spiritual practices, it …

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Taking Control Back from Substances

Taking Control Back from Substances

The loss of control is something that is rarely associated with positive outcomes. For example, losing control of our car typically results in an accident. Losing control of our temper means that someone or something may get hurt. Losing control …

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self-esteem

Restoring Self-esteem in Recovery

Imagine a rock formation at the edge of the ocean. The waves constantly splash against it, around the clock, gently eroding the surface of the rock. Sometimes, there are big waves with more force which may even break small pieces …

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anxiety

What Can We Do When Anxiety Hits?

We are each given plenty of challenges in our own lives. Whether it be relationships, work, family, or other sources, there are plenty of things that can bring us anxiety. However, sometimes there are things that affect people globally. When …

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Building Healthy Relationships In Recovery

Building Healthy Relationships In Recovery

Some of the biggest targets for collateral damage in our substance use are the relationships we have. Some do not survive our addiction and related behaviors. The ones that do may be left fragile. Once we have taken steps to …

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What are Co-occurring Disorders?

Being diagnosed with a Substance Use Disorder (SUD) can be difficult enough to recognize and seek treatment for. We struggle enough to manage our lives and find treatment for the use of drugs and/or alcohol. Our substance use has impacted …

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Rediscovering Me

When substance use takes over our lives, a lot of things get lost in the shuffle. Probably the most important thing that gets lost is ourselves. We forget who we are, what we want, and the things we love to …

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