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Before You Can Help Others, You Need to Help Yourself

By |2020-12-31T13:11:02-05:00December 29th, 2020|Family Resource, Practicing Recovery|

Quick Fixes Can Be Risky When life gets hectic, it's easy to search for a quick fix to all of your problems. Relaxing with a drink or a few pills at the end of the day might seem harmless, but this behavior can easily turn into a full-fledged substance use disorder if you have an [...]

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Managing Your Emotions During the Holidays

By |2020-12-11T21:34:41-05:00December 8th, 2020|Holiday, Practicing Recovery|

Although pop culture often makes it sound like the holidays are a time of endless joy, the time between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day is difficult for many people. Family conflicts, financial worries, and the stress of living up to the expectation of creating "perfect" memories can make emotions run high—even for people who aren't [...]

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Coping with Loneliness During the Holidays

By |2020-12-04T11:49:16-05:00December 2nd, 2020|co-occurring & dual diagnosis, Holiday|

If you're not feeling particularly festive this year, you're far from alone. Even without the added stress of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, the holidays can be a time of loneliness for many people. To avoid putting your newfound sobriety at risk, it's important to have a plan to minimize the negative effects of loneliness on [...]

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