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Category Archives: Addiction Recovery

Gratitude in Recovery

We all know that having positive thoughts leads to experiencing more positive emotions. That’s why positive affirmations and visualizations have become so popular in many self-help systems. For many in recovery, cultivating positive thoughts on...

How to know if the Addict is Ready for Recovery

With rare exceptions, the road to recovery from substance use disorder isn’t easy. It’s often steep, winding, and full of switchbacks and obstacles. Sometimes it can seem impossible to navigate. Treatment programs are getting better...

Difference Between Treatment and Recovery

While treatment and recovery go hand in hand, they are not the same thing. Treatment refers to the overall addiction recovery process. This includes detox, inpatient or outpatient programs, as well as the therapies and...

Rebuilding Confidence and Self-Esteem After Addiction Recovery

Self-esteem is how a person feels about him or herself. Self-esteem can refer to a person’s self-worth or personal value. It can also refer to anything that would influence how a person looks at him...

Signs Of Codependency

A codependent relationship occurs when a person is reliant on another to fulfill their needs. Specifically, these needs can be spiritual fulfillment, emotional wellness, self-esteem, finances, and even physical needs. Understanding the signs of codependency...

What is Expressive Arts Therapy?

It’s no secret that addiction treatment will stir up powerful emotions. In fact, some people avoid recovery for fear of dealing with these emotions. However, the only way to heal is to work through challenging...

Substance-Induced Mood Disorder

Substance abuse affects all areas of your life. In addition to impacting your life, if you are dependent on drugs or alcohol, you might also have a co-occurring mental health condition that existed before your...