Archive for January 2020

How to Meditate Daily

how to meditate daily

During your addiction treatment program, you may have learned about the benefits of practicing meditation every day. Once you get home and back into the rhythm of regular life, the challenge becomes how to fit this new skill into your daily schedule. You may feel like there’s barely enough time to shower and eat breakfast, […]

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How Alcohol Affects Mental Health

how alcohol affects mental health

America has an alcohol problem, and it’s not hard to see why. Alcohol industry spending on advertisements has grown almost 400% since 1971, making it nearly impossible to go a day without seeing some glamorized version of drinking. As a result, about 55% of people report having had a drink in the past month, and about 6% […]

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Find Balance in Life and Recovery

finding balance in life and recovery

When breaking free from a life of addiction, your sobriety takes center stage in your life. Recovery takes all your time, energy and focus. While this is natural and necessary, it’s important to remember that there is more to life than your Recovery process. The keyword to remember is “balance.” Balance means allowing all the […]

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Types of Emotions

types of emotions

Emotions are a part of life. You encounter these feelings every day, and they have a huge influence on how you live and interact with other people. Many addictions arise in response to different kinds of emotions, from intense sadness to anxiety. Perhaps you feel more comfortable numb, so you drink or get high so […]

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Find Healing Through Exercise

healing through exercise

Whether you’re jogging outside or going to the gym after work, exercise is a tool you may find useful during your Recovery journey. Staying active is one of the key pillars of a healthy lifestyle. As you grapple with your newfound sobriety, it’s important to find healthy habits to fill your time, such as exercise. […]

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