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How Gratitude Helps Build Resilience in Recovery

By |2020-11-19T15:52:09-05:00November 18th, 2020|Grateful Addict, Practicing Recovery|

Although gratitude takes center stage during the Thanksgiving holiday, reminding yourself of what you're most grateful for should be a year-round practice. Gratitude helps build the resilience you’ll need to tackle the challenges you’ll face on the road to recovery. The Benefits of Gratitude Gratitude does not minimize the struggles a person experiences. As a [...]

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Spirituality and Addiction Recovery

By |2020-11-13T11:37:59-05:00November 11th, 2020|Practicing Recovery, The Path of Addiction Recovery|

Building the foundation for a lasting recovery involves more than simply abstaining from drugs and alcohol. Addiction affects the mind, body, and spirit—which means lasting recovery requires a holistic approach. At St. Joseph Institute for Addiction, we encourage you to explore your spirituality as part of our comprehensive treatment approach. Benefits of Spirituality in Addiction [...]

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