Cultivating New Joy in Recovery

2022-02-17T16:35:38-05:00January 1st, 2022|

Laughter, they say, is the best medicine. There is no better way to experience an overwhelming sense of joy than sharing a light-hearted moment amongst the ones closest to you. Throwing a get-together can be [...]

How Structured Lives Support Sobriety

2022-02-17T16:35:29-05:00December 2nd, 2021|

Everyone has had to learn the lesson that they are not in control at one point in their lives. Feeling the need to control every aspect of your life only leads to anxiety and disappointment. [...]

How to Build Self-Esteem in Recovery

2023-03-07T12:38:29-05:00November 15th, 2021|

Self-esteem is one of the essential pieces of personality. High self-esteem is a predictor for happiness and healthy relationships, while low self-esteem is a predictor for addiction, depression, and crime. Feeling poorly about yourself can [...]

How Animals Can Help in Addiction Recovery

2022-02-17T16:35:07-05:00November 10th, 2021|

Animals can significantly aid in the recovery process. Dr. Ann Berger theorizes that animals naturally practice the tenants of mindfulness, focusing all of their attention wholeheartedly on the present moment with someone who needs it. [...]

Changing Eating Habits to Benefit Recovery

2022-02-17T16:35:06-05:00November 8th, 2021|

Your gut and brain function better on clean, unprocessed foods. Changing your eating habits to reflect around foods that better your brain and gut health can help you feel more motivated, happier, and healthier. As [...]

3 Types of Journaling For Recovery

2022-02-17T16:34:40-05:00October 6th, 2021|

For individuals recovering from mental health or addiction, finding healthy coping mechanisms is crucial for triggers and preventing relapse. One of the best ways to cope with bad days in recovery is by journaling. Many [...]

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