Your love for your spouse does not dissipate when they are dealing with addiction. Substance Use Disorder (SUD) can affect anybody and those who are struggling with SUD need support
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If you’re in recovery, congratulations. You of all people know how difficult it was to get to this point, and now that you’ve made it, it’s time to focus on
When someone you love has been focusing on becoming and staying sober, you might not know exactly what to say and what not to say when discussing their recovery. Acknowledging
Throughout your path to recovery from substance use disorder, you may find yourself looking back at the possibility of relapsing. This is a fear that many people in recovery deal
When you or a loved one is in recovery from substance use disorder, finding things to do that don’t require going out to a bar and drinking with friends seem
Arizona is a great place to continue the next chapter of your sobriety journey. In addition to the Grand Canyon and the state’s serene landscape, there are many sober activities you can enjoy.
Sadly, healthcare workers are among many people who have turned to drugs and alcohol as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Research continues to show that increasing your nutrition levels can increase your chances of long-term recovery. Here’s how.
Recovering from addiction can be a difficult, frustrating, and exhausting process. But mindfulness can help you find and maintain peace through the recovery process.
Impulsive behavior and addiction go hand in hand. Acting impulsively can keep you trapped in a cycle of addiction while using drugs and alcohol can make you act more impulsively.
By helping you regulate emotions, resolve personal challenges, avoid cravings, and improve brain functionality, art and music therapy can help you achieve and maintain long-term recovery.
We’ve put together this quick guide detailing today’s most effective treatment modalities for substance abuse. Knowing the most effective ways to treat addiction can help you choose the right recovery program for yourself or a loved one.