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Creating a Blueprint for Sobriety

Creating a Blueprint for Sobriety

Everyone has different goals during treatment for substance use disorder (SUD). According to the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, “Recovery from addiction, a chronic, relapse-prone disorder, is a lifelong dynamic process . . . What little is known about the...
Using Stoic Philosophy to Maintain Sobriety

Using Stoic Philosophy to Maintain Sobriety

A person’s mindset during treatment for substance use disorder (SUD) often directly impacts the outcome. For example, people who feel confident in their ability to manage sobriety have less risk of experiencing a relapse during early recovery. Self-confidence...
What Are Some Ways to Balance Sobriety and Employment?

What Are Some Ways to Balance Sobriety and Employment?

Managing workplace responsibilities is not always easy for people recovering from substance use disorder (SUD). Some workplaces may accommodate individuals in recovery by providing workplace-supported recovery (WSR) programs. However, not everyone will have access to...
How Can I Develop Self-Compassion?

How Can I Develop Self-Compassion?

Many people struggle with feeling compassion for themselves. Feelings of guilt, failure, and shame can often make us feel like we’re worthless. These feelings can be magnified in times of active addiction or recovery. In these times, we may feel like we’ve...

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