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In Addiction Treatment and Beyond: We Need Each Other

In Addiction Treatment and Beyond: We Need Each Other

If any good thing has arisen from the collective trauma that we are all experiencing through the spread of COVID-19 and subsequent prevention methods, it is a spotlight on just how much we need each other especially when it comes to addiction treatment and beyond. Throughout the last six months, our ability to adapt to …

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How a Change in Environment Could Help You Conquer Addiction

A study dating back to the 1970s demonstrates how changing environmental factors and cues can actually help people overcome addiction and avoid relapsing. The study, heavily questioned and doubted in its own time, is now being viewed as valuable to current ideas about how we change behaviors and how addiction can be conquered. Learn how a …

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The Biggest Causes of Relapse From Addiction Recovery

Choosing to get sober is an important decision in the life of an addict or an alcoholic, but getting through detoxification and initial treatment is only the first step of the journey. You have to remain vigilant — staying sober requires commitment and dedication. There is always a risk of relapse. But what are the …

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The First 5 Things to Do After Rehab

Getting into treatment for addiction isn’t easy, but getting out can be even tougher. There are 86,400 seconds in a day, and each one presents challenges when your body and brain are aching for a fix.

Survive the Holidays With Mindfulness

Holidays can be stressful. Mindfulness can help. Here’s the proof. In a review of 39 studies drawing upon mindfulness as clinical interventions, researchers concluded that mindfulness techniques can help people struggling with such issues as anxiety and depression — often two unwelcome guests during the holiday season.

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10 Personality Types to Avoid in Early Addiction Recovery

Relationships are the lifeblood of recovery. Good ones can nourish your self-esteem and bolster your resolve in the darkest moments. But toxic relationships — the ones that bring you down even when you’re feeling your best —don’t just rub you the wrong way. They can put you at high risk of relapse.

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