Category: Rehabilitation

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24 September

One of the first things to go out the window during a person’s addiction is their priorities. During active addiction, we allow people to treat us in ways we usually wouldn’t tolerate. We say and do things we know we shouldn’t, and we hurt the people who care about us the most. Being hurtful isn’t […]

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08 September

Receiving professional treatment for a Substance Use Disorder is a no small undertaking. The stress it brings forth can begin even before you arrive at the facility. Feelings of being overwhelmed, intimidated, and having second thoughts are normal to have, and this can be true even if it’s your 2nd, 3rd, or 10th time around. Whether you have committed to getting well on your own volition, were spurred by […]

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07 September

If your loved one has entered into an inpatient rehabilitation program, you are likely experiencing a flurry of emotions. While it can depend on the closeness of your relationship with the person, it is fair to say that some level of concern is guaranteed to be felt. A person’s admittance to a treatment program usually comes after […]

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06 August

The scourge of addiction is one of the greatest public health threats facing Americans today. Tragically, addiction to various substances impacts the lives of millions of Americans, with Americans being addicted to any number of substances that can ultimately lead to financial loss, mental anguish, and death. Thankfully, a number of residential and outpatient treatment centers are available that can help […]

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20 July

If you’ve glimpsed at a newsstand, browsed a bookstore, or read a wellness publication online in the past few years, you’ve no doubt heard of mindfulness meditation. Mindfulness meditation is a mental practice where you train your mind to focus on the “now.” It can be practiced anywhere in just a few minutes, whether you […]

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16 July

Perhaps you’ve reached out to a recovery center because you’re ready to fight your substance use disorder. This is a hard decision to make, and now, you have to tell your employer about it. Many substance users convince themselves that they’re okay because they continue to have a job. It’s estimated that 70% of substance users hold […]

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