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Building Your Recovery Playlist

By |2018-10-23T16:20:32-04:00June 28th, 2017|Aftercare, Personal Growth, Practicing Recovery|

Music can be a wonderful source of support, inspiration, and motivation during the recovery process. Consider developing your own addiction recovery playlist to help you tackle the challenges of sober living, using these popular songs as a starting point. Breaking the Habit - Linkin Park I don't know what's worth fighting for Or why I [...]

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5 Job Hunting Tips for People in Recovery

By |2019-09-14T15:58:57-04:00June 20th, 2017|Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Personal Growth|

Job hunting is never an easy process, but people in recovery face some distinct challenges. From the need for a flexible schedule to explaining a spotty work history, landing a new position while in recovery will require careful planning and preparation. Daniel Krasner, Summit Behavioral Healthcare’s Assistant Vice President of National Business Development, has a [...]

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Should I Quit Smoking During Rehab?

By |2018-10-23T16:22:45-04:00June 14th, 2017|Drug and Alcohol Addiction, Personal Growth|

According to the CDC, about 15 percent of adults in the United States are smokers. However, smoking rates are significantly higher among people who are also struggling with drug and alcohol addiction. If you're considering seeking treatment, you may find yourself wondering if it's best to quit smoking while you're in rehab or if you [...]

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Adult Children of Alcoholics: 5 Tips to Help You Heal the Wounds from a Traumatic Childhood

By |2019-09-14T15:55:08-04:00June 5th, 2017|Family Resource, For Families of Addicts|

Adult children of alcoholics are often described as "co-victims" who develop many of the same characteristics associated with alcoholism, even if they've never taken a drink themselves. If you're struggling to come to terms with the trauma you suffered due to a parent's drinking, read on for tips about how to begin the healing process. [...]

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