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Woman's hand holding a sparkler.
If you’re looking for sober activities for July 4th, you’ve come to the right place! In this blog post, we will discuss various fun and substance-free activities so that you can enjoy a fun, sober holiday on Independence Day. From watching fireworks to spending time with family and friends, there is something for everyone on...
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Woman outdoors in a sunny field of wildflowers getting vitamin D to combat summer depression.
Depression is a mood disorder that can cause intense feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and worthlessness. While it can occur at any time, depression is often more pronounced during the winter months. However, there is also a form of depression that occurs during the summer months known as summer depression. This blog post will discuss how...
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Women volunteering at a food bank
One of the biggest challenges for people in early recovery can be feeling connected to others. When you are struggling with addiction, it can be difficult to find people who understand what you are going through, which can leave you feeling isolated and alone. Thankfully, there are many ways to connect with others in sobriety....
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Therapist holding a patient hand in a session
When it comes to substance use disorders, compassion is often the missing ingredient in the recovery process. Some people see addiction as a moral failing, and those struggling with addiction are often seen as weak or flawed. This attitude can be very damaging and can hinder recovery. However, compassion can help break down the barriers...
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Woman in a forest
It’s normal to feel guilty after doing something wrong, but what about feeling guilty for simply being who you are? Toxic shame is a type of guilt that goes beyond typical feelings of regret or remorse. Instead, it’s a deeply-rooted belief that you are inherently bad or defective as a person. This type of guilt...
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Woman writing in her journal.
When it comes to recovering from addiction, journaling is an often overlooked tool that can be highly beneficial to mental health. Journaling allows you to track your progress in recovery, document your thoughts and feelings, and set goals for yourself. This blog post will discuss the benefits of journaling for mental health and how to...
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Woman sleeping.
It is no secret that sleep is essential to our overall health and well-being. But what many people don’t realize is how important sleep is in addiction recovery. In fact, a good night’s sleep can be the key to success in your recovery. Sleep hygiene¬†is all about putting yourself in the best position to sleep...
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Husband and wife in a therapy session
Family involvement is a critical part of the recovery process for people struggling with substance use disorders and their loved ones. Addiction can take an enormous toll on families, both emotionally and financially. It can be difficult for family members to know how to best support their loved one in recovery. In this blog post,...
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Two women enjoying coffee.
Do you ever feel overwhelmed by stress and anxiety? It can be challenging to manage these feelings on your own, especially if you are struggling with a substance use disorder. In this blog post, we will discuss coping skills that can help you deal with anxiety and stress in a healthy way. These skills can...
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