Resolutions In Recovery

resolutions in recovery

Navigating through recovery requires more than sheer willpower; it’s about making specific, tailored resolutions that pave the way for a balanced, sober life. When creating resolutions in recovery, you need actionable strategies that stick, not just generic advice.

The Mental Benefits of Skiing and Snowboarding

mental benefits of snowboarding

In some treatment centers, daily routines can feel monotonous, creating a false sense of security. Clients may find themselves stuck in a repetitive schedule of group activities, therapy, and meetings, lacking excitement. While sobriety is crucial, it’s essential not to overlook a critical aspect.

Stress and Addiction: How Are They Connected?

man with stress and addiction problem

Stress is a normal part of life, but it can become overwhelming and affect our physical and mental health. Recovery from addiction requires a strong commitment to managing stress to maintain sobriety and achieve long-term success.

How to Stay Sober During the Holidays: A Guide

staying sober during the holidays

Staying sober during the holidays can be tough, especially for individuals struggling with alcohol and substance abuse. You want to celebrate like everyone else, but the temptation to drink is strong. Don’t worry; you’ve got this. You can have so much fun and joy in your life without needing alcohol, it’s doable. Connecting with loved ones, baking cookies, watching classic movies—there are plenty of holiday traditions you can still enjoy while maintaining sobriety.

Grief After Suicide: Feeling Shame After Tragedy

grief after suicide

Feeling guilt after suicide is a normal part of the grieving process. It’s a painstaking emotion that is a very common byproduct of the five stages of grief after suicide. The fact that it’s not your fault doesn’t erase the heartache of losing a loved one. We understand you need all the emotional support you can get to help you through the most difficult heartache anybody can endure. Though nothing replaces the loss of a loved one, the following details can be your crutch to lean on through the healing process.

Boundaries in Recovery: How to Set Healthy Ones

boundaries in addiction recovery

Hey there, have you ever struggled with setting healthy boundaries? If you’re in addiction recovery, establishing good boundaries is essential for your well-being and your success in staying sober. Boundaries define your limits and help ensure your needs are met healthily. Without them, it’s easy to get tangled up in codependent relationships, feel taken advantage of, or relapse into old patterns.

Anxious Brain vs Normal Brain

anxious brain vs normal brain

Ever feel overwhelmed with worry for days at a time? Does your brain constantly bombard you with a barrage of anxious thoughts that you just can’t silence? If so, you are not alone! anxiety disorders are one of the most common mental health conditions, impacting over 40 million adults in the US. The truth is, a little anxiety is a normal part of life. Our brains are built to find danger and keep us protected. The problem is when your brain mistakes normal life events for dangerous threats and kicks into overdrive.

September is Recovery Awareness Month

recovery awareness month

So, September is National Recovery Month, and this year it’s more important than ever. Colorado has seen addiction rates skyrocket over the last few years, with overdoses becoming a daily tragedy. According to recent reports, alcohol, meth, and opioids are the most commonly abused substances in the state. National Recovery Month aims to raise awareness about mental health and substance use disorders and celebrate the people who recover.

Fentanyl Absorbed Through Skin: What to Know

fentanyl absorbed through the skin

There are many forms of substance abuse; some of them involve Fentanyl abuse. Fentanyl is a dangerous substance; there’s no doubt about it. No matter how a person decides to use it, it can have a detrimental impact on their health. Sometimes, people don’t even realize they’ve taken it; it can be laced with another substance without their knowledge. That being said, there are many ways Fentanyl can be consumed, but can it be absorbed through the skin?

Long-Term Effects of Alcohol on the Immune System

long-term effects of alcohol on the immune system

Alcohol’s debilitating effects on overall health are common understanding. The very real Long-term effects of alcohol on the immune system, however, is a hard truth many are unaware of. The fact is you’re doing more than harming your vital functions by inflicting permanent long-term health problems. You’re tearing down your immune system by continually indulging in alcohol consumption.

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