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Getting in Touch with Your Emotions, Windhaven House Dallas, Texas
Many people tend to suppress their emotions. They think that if they can separate themselves as best as possible from what they feel, then a difficult situation will not negatively impact them. This approach, however, can be harmful. To recognize, accept, and express your feelings, you need to be able to understand them. Recognize Your...
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Tips for Healthy, Sober Living
After leaving a residential program, you may find yourself wondering how to stay sober. One way to avoid relapsing after a program ends is to remain focused on the ongoing recovery work needed to maintain sobriety. The strategies you learned in treatment can be supplemented by fresh ideas to help keep you from using again....
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For those with a substance use disorder (SUD), building a life outside of treatment begins with creating a positive environment. People who are beginning their recovery journey might face challenges and obstacles along the way. However, learning to think positive can benefit you far beyond just your recovery. Positive thinking, simply put, is the practice...
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Windhaven House - dallas sober living for women - extended care program - sober living homes
For ten years, I had jumped from job to job, relationship to relationship, and city to city, in hopes of escaping addiction. Instead, I managed to rack up three felony DWI charges, an unreliable resume, and wreckage in every relationship I had in the town that I lived in. I was out of ideas. I...
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Delays in getting a diagnosis perpetuate substance use disorders for women, and they can come for many different reasons. The barriers may include financial instability, a lack of family support, unresolved trauma, and many other factors. Today, let’s talk about five primary reasons women are not diagnosed with substance use disorders earlier and how to...
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Recognizing codependency has been a problematic part of your life is important, but recognition without action won’t free you from the cycle of codependency with a loved one. Right now, while the person you care about is in transitional living and you’re considering what comes next, it may be a helpful time to examine what...
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Erica Boyce is a nationally and state Certified Recovery Specialist and Interventionist. She has been trained through Spectrum Recovery as a Peer Recovery Support Specialist and has gone through training with the International Recovery Institute as a Certified Recovery Specialist. She has been trained in A Relational Intervention Sequence for Engagement (the ARISE® Intervention) with...
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Addiction is a disease that affects everyone in your family. When women enter early recovery from addiction, they require a network of support to navigate treatment. Regardless of the elements that brought your mother, daughter, sister, wife, or partner to her addiction, it will take the participation of your entire family to recover from it....
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While it’s evident that substance use disorders (SUDs) look different from woman to woman, we can identify some helpful common ground in SUDs among women as a whole. These basic facts can be useful in understanding the factors that contribute to substance use, viewing addiction as a treatable condition, and seeing recovery an achievable goal....
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As founder and director of Windhaven House, Alison’s passion is helping women find their way to sobriety. This passion is a product of her own recovery journey shaped through treatment, 12-Step work, service and sober living. In helping others struggling with sobriety, Allision began to dream of providing a place for women to experience recovery...
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