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Common Relapse Triggers to Avoid

Common Relapse Triggers to Avoid Common Relapse Triggers to Avoid

Updated on June 26th, 2020 After transitioning out of rehab and heading back home or into a sober living program, every individual in recovery will encounter several triggers that can cause a relapse. If you are currently in recovery, you’ve probably realized by now that there’s no way to avoid everything that may cause you […]

How to Stay Connected While Social Distancing

How to Stay Connected While Social Distancing recovering addict try to stay connected while the pandemic

Although many of the nationwide stay-at-home orders may soon be coming to an end, the new coronavirus remains a very real threat that is easily spread from person to person. As a result, local and national government officials are still recommending that people maintain strict social distancing practices. While this may be good news for […]

Can Seasonal Affective Disorder Lead to Relapse?

Can Seasonal Affective Disorder Lead to Relapse? depressed woman looks outside

Every year, as the long summer days start changing to shorter, cooler fall days, many people experience a drop in their happiness. They feel more gloomy, unmotivated, and tend to overeat, stay inside, and isolate themselves. These symptoms are often a result of seasonal depression. Many Americans suffer from seasonal depression, called SAD or Seasonal […]

How to Care For Your Mental Health In Times of Uncertainty

How to Care For Your Mental Health In Times of Uncertainty woman working on her stress relief

The year 2020 has certainly been a trying one so far with the COVID-19 pandemic, worldwide protests, sporadic riots, and rising unemployment rates all hitting home at the same time. The constant media coverage and images shared on social media can become overwhelming and may leave you feeling anxious and depressed. In the face of […]

8 Ways to Stay Active Without Leaving Your House

8 Ways to Stay Active Without Leaving Your House woman doing yoga at home

Updated on December 17th, 2020 At this point, it’s probably fair to say that many of us are tired of being confined to our homes. Even while local governments across the United States gradually reopen and return to more “normal” daily life and operations, the process will take time and many people still remain cautious […]

Eudaimonia Staff Provides Washable Face Masks for All Residents

Eudaimonia Staff Provides Washable Face Masks for All Residents sober-living-covid-19-masks

Austin Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckhardt recently extended the stay-at-home order through May 8, 2020, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The order requires that all Austin residents stay at home and wear fabric face coverings when leaving home to attend work or to conduct essential activities. This means people should […]

New Eudaimonia Sober Living App Fosters a Successful and Fun Recovery Experience

New Eudaimonia Sober Living App Fosters a Successful and Fun Recovery Experience client using Eudaimonia mobile app

Sober living homes are an essential part of the addiction recovery process for millions of Americans. However, too often, sober living residents fall off the bandwagon due to a lack of support, structure, and accountability. Simply providing people in recovery with sober housing isn’t enough, so Eudaimonia Recovery Homes is proud to introduce a brand […]

5 Benefits of Online IOP for Addiction Recovery

5 Benefits of Online IOP for Addiction Recovery online outpatient session

If you have already completed some form of inpatient drug rehab or you’re searching for an alternative, you may be well-suited for an online intensive outpatient program (IOP). But if you’ve never completed addiction treatment online, you’re likely wondering if a virtual IOP program is effective and how to go about choosing an online rehab […]

How to Live Sober in Houston, TX

How to Live Sober in Houston, TX How to Live Sober in Houston, TX

Houston is an amazing and diverse city with countless options for entertainment, dining, education, healthcare, socializing and more. If you’re new to the Houston area or you are starting fresh with a new sober lifestyle, Houston is an exceptional place to be. Learning how to live sober anywhere can be a challenge, but our comprehensive […]

Why Self-Help Groups Alone Are Not Enough to Treat Addiction

Why Self-Help Groups Alone Are Not Enough to Treat Addiction self-help group

We’ve all heard the stories about a person who decided to get sober, started attending 12-Step groups, and is still sober to this day. While stories like this can really happen, they are few and far between. For most people, addiction self-help groups are not enough to adequately treat addiction on their own. More often […]

What Vitamins Are Good for Anxiety?

What Vitamins Are Good for Anxiety? vitamins and fruits

Did you know anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness in the U.S.? According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, about 40 million Americans (18 percent of the population) have an anxiety disorder.1 People with anxiety are also twice as likely to suffer from substance use disorders than the general population, and […]

How to Make the Most of Valentine’s Day in Recovery

How to Make the Most of Valentine’s Day in Recovery How to Make the Most of Valentine's Day in Recovery

Any holiday can be a potential trigger if you’re in recovery, especially Valentine’s Day. For some people, Valentine’s Day is a painful reminder of past relationships that were destroyed by alcohol and drug addiction. For others, current struggles in relationships can make the holiday more stressful. Sometimes even just feeling lonely on Valentine’s Day can […]

Movie Review: “Recovery Boys”

Movie Review: “Recovery Boys” Movie Review: “Recovery Boys”

Addiction is an issue that plagues all of America, yet it is one that is often misunderstood. Elaine McMillion Sheldon’s documentary “Recovery Boys” takes you deep into the heart of America’s opioid epidemic in West Virginia, and exposes some of the most intimate aspects of recovery. Addiction is an issue that plagues all of America, […]

How to Work Step 2 [of the Twelve Steps]

How to Work Step 2 [of the Twelve Steps] step 2 of 12 steps

The second step of the 12-Step Program is a challenging one because it is often mistakenly read as a religious directive. However, when you take a deeper look, this step is much more about what a higher power can do for us and less about who or what that higher power is. The second step […]

16 Ways Life is Better When You’re Sober

16 Ways Life is Better When You’re Sober friends enjoying life sober

Table of contents1. You have more free time.2. You look healthier.3. You’re less forgetful.4. You have more money.5. You’re more productive.6. You are self-aware.7. Your physical health improves.8. You have healthy boundaries.9. Your relationships improve.10. You have real friends.11. You explore new hobbies.12. You’re less stressed and anxious.13. You make fewer apologies.14. You live longer.15. […]

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