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The Role of Mental Health in Overcoming Addiction

The Role of Mental Health in Overcoming Addiction

Addictive behaviors often stem from unaddressed mental health issues. Individuals with substance use disorder (SUD) have a higher risk of being diagnosed with mental health disorders. According to the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), “13.5 percent...
How Do I Navigate Relapse With Self-Compassion?

How Do I Navigate Relapse With Self-Compassion?

For many individuals with substance use disorder (SUD), relapse is part of the recovery journey. When relapse occurs, it can be challenging for people to handle the setback. Though many may begin feeling shame or guilt, the best way to navigate relapse is through...
Maintaining Commitment in Recovery

Maintaining Commitment in Recovery

Recovery is a lifelong process for people diagnosed with substance use disorder (SUD). Many individuals remain in some form of treatment for months or years before they feel confident in their ability to maintain sobriety independently. In addition, most people go...
5 Ways to Connect on a Deeper Level During Recovery

5 Ways to Connect on a Deeper Level During Recovery

People recovering from substance use disorder (SUD) benefit from connecting more deeply with peers, their care team, loved ones, and their inner experience. According to Substance Abuse: Research and Treatment, “[T]o reach and maintain abstinence, it is...
Building Resilience in Recovery

Building Resilience in Recovery

Individuals recovering from substance use disorder (SUD) face many unexpected challenges and situations. Treatment programs prepare clients to engage more fully in recovery and help people gain confidence in their ability to maintain sobriety. In addition, treatment...
How Can I Address Co-Dependency During Recovery?

How Can I Address Co-Dependency During Recovery?

There are many concerns you may need to address upon entering treatment. For instance, you may need to find new work, identify a new place to live, or distance yourself from friendships that are not conducive to your newfound lifestyle. Many must also end deeply...

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