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EMDR in Addiction Recovery
Eyes on the Prize: The Surprising Power of EMDR in Addiction Recovery
Though tremendous strides have been made in treating the disease of addiction in recent decades, much work remains to be done. Thus, efforts to understand and, therefore, to better combat
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Addiction Recovery
The Magic of the Ordinary: The Importance of a Structured Daily Routine in Addiction Recovery
Addiction is a disease that feeds on chaos. So, when you are in recovery, one of the most important steps you can take to support your sobriety is to structure
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Sober Celebrations
Sober Celebrations: Making It Through the Holidays With Your Sobriety Intact
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Bells are ringing. People are singing. The whole world seems infused with holiday cheer. But when you’re in recovery, these festive weeks
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Mind Over Matter: The Role of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Addiction Recovery
If you or someone you love has been in addiction recovery for a while, the odds are pretty good that you’ve already heard of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). CBT is
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depression and recovery
Can Depression Impact Your Recovery?
If drug or alcohol dependency has touched your life, then you know well that addiction is a true thief of joy. What you may not realize, however, is that substance
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Nicotine and caffeine
Cold Turkey?: Why Giving Up Nicotine and Caffeine During Early Recovery May Not Be a Good Idea
You’ve done it. You’ve made the commitment to getting clean, and now you are ready to start a healthier, happier, and sober life, a life free of dependency. Does that
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Gone But Not Forgotten: How to Talk to Children About a Parent’s Admission to Rehab
One of the worst things about addiction, perhaps, is that when you have a dependency, you don’t suffer alone. No, when you get sick with an addiction disorder, your whole
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Grief and Addiction
Grief’s Long Reach: Understanding the Relationship Between Grief and Addiction
Addiction is a disease that preys upon our vulnerabilities and is often born of and feeds on pain. There are few times in life when we are more vulnerable, when
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Control Freak: The Relationship Between Locus of Control and Addiction
When you’re facing an addiction, it can quickly start to feel as if your life is spinning out of control. There’s a reason, after all, that we often describe the
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Personality Disorders and Addiction
The Many-Headed Monster: Understanding the Connection Between Personality Disorders and Addiction
William Shakespeare once famously wrote, “When sorrows come, they come not single spies, but in battalions.” Though the Bard might not have had the disease of addiction in mind when
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Fight the System! Addiction and the Family Systems Model
The illustrious British poet, John Donne, once wrote that no man is an island and, as it turns out, no woman is an island either. We are all both the
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Cracking the Code on Kratom: Why Nature’s Opioid Isn’t as Harmless as It Seems
For millennia, humans have looked to the healing bounty of the earth to ease their pain, soothe their anxieties, and in general suffuse them with a sense of peace and
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