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6 Self-Defeating Behaviors to Avoid In Recovery

6 Self-Defeating Behaviors to Avoid In Recovery

Certain behaviors, when repeated over and over, can prevent you from creating the best life for yourself after addiction. But sometimes, it feels impossible to change our behavior and do something different. In fact, we may not even realize how these harmful behaviors are affecting us and those around us.

How to Work Step 8 [Of the 12 Steps]

How to Work Step 8 [Of the 12 Steps]

While working Step 8 of the 12-Step Program, you’re going to make a list of the people you have wronged and the specific ways you have harmed each one. Doing this can be difficult and facing the wreckage of your past is never easy. But with the right support, you can make it through this step and onto the next.

How Sober Living Homes Help Prevent Relapse

How Sober Living Homes Help Prevent Relapse

Relapse is a real risk after rehab, so people in recovery should do everything they can to safeguard their sobriety. Sober living homes offer many great benefits that can help newly sober individuals sustain their recovery and establish healthy habits and relationships. If you’re considering enrolling yourself or a loved one in a sober living program, here are some of the most important ways they can help prevent relapse.

5 Myths About Relapse Debunked

5 Myths About Relapse Debunked

Not everyone will experience relapse in the same way, or at all! However, there are many harmful myths and ideas about relapse that are frequently spread and shared. Viewing these misconceptions as truth can be very damaging and may increase the likelihood that you’ll revert to a lifestyle of active addiction.

13 Common Discussion Topics in Substance Abuse

13 Common Discussion Topics in Substance Abuse

Group therapy is an important part of addiction recovery that has many benefits. Group therapy sessions are typically led by therapists who facilitate treatment by guiding the discussions and encouraging participation. There are several different types of therapy groups in substance abuse treatment. IOP group therapy will likely cover a broad range of topics, but here are some common discussion topics you can expect to cover during treatment.

Can Meditation Help Recovery?

Can Meditation Help Recovery?

Drug rehab programs often merge traditional evidence-based treatment methods with holistic mind-body practices like yoga or acupuncture to provide well-rounded treatment. Although addiction is a complex disease, mind-body therapies can help people achieve lasting sobriety. For example, meditation is one commonly-used mind-body practice. But, can meditation help recovery? Let’s take a closer look at its benefits.

9 Sober Activities for the Beach

9 Sober Activities for the Beach

It’s illegal to drink alcohol at most public beaches, but people often still do. Maybe drinking at the beach was one of your pastimes when you were addicted and it’s hard to think about spending time at the beach without alcohol being involved. You’re certainly not alone in this. Many people have to re-frame the way they view certain activities and intentionally establish new ways to enjoy leisure time.

What is Contingency Management and How Does It Help Recovery?

What is Contingency Management and How Does It Help Recovery?

The concept of rewarding positive behavior with some type of tangible reward is often applied in addiction treatment through a type of therapy called contingency management. It’s frequently used to help motivate clients to sustain their sobriety, and in many instances, it increases overall success in recovery.

Should I Go Back to Rehab?

Should I Go Back to Rehab?

Maybe you’ve found yourself in a bad place; feeling uncertain about your future sober, struggling to deal with cravings, or hiding drug use from your friends and family again. If this is you, you’re not alone. It’s important to get back into treatment right away. Going back to rehab can help you address underlying issues that are causing your addiction to resurface and will give you the best chance at achieving lasting recovery.

How to Work Step 5 of the Twelve Steps

How to Work Step 5 of the Twelve Steps

Once you’ve worked Step 4 of the 12-Step Program and you’ve made an inventory of your behavior, the next step is to bring those things to your higher power and another human being. This brings us to Step 5. Once you’ve worked Step 4 of the 12-Step Program and you’ve made an inventory of your […]

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