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Support Is Important, But Alone Time is Important in Recovery, Too

Many previous studies have shown that social support can be very influential to a person’s recovery and abstinence. Whether it’s through a community support group such as AA, through peer connections in group therapy, with your healthcare team at a

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Problems Facing America Today: Stigma as a Barrier to Seeking Treatment

Forbes Magazine recently covered a study that involved 12 million people – of these, 240,000 were diagnosed with depression, yet less than 36% reported not seeking treatment. The study’s results indicated that social stigma is a key barrier to people

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Yale Study Provides The 5 Rules to Recovery You Need to Follow to Find Success

Politician, army officer, writer, and Prime Minister of the UK Winston Churchill once said, “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” If you’ve begun your journey to recovery, whether it be from

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Can Art Therapy Help Someone With Depression of Any Age?

When most people think of art therapy, they imagine someone creating a beautiful masterpiece that represents how a person may be feeling inside. While this is a marvelous thought, art therapy often does not work this way. In fact, many

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Mind, Body, And Spirit: 5 Ways Recovery Should Support All Three Aspects of Being

When it comes to mental illness and addiction recovery, it’s easy to focus solely on the “problem” – you may think to yourself, “If I just had X medication, it would all go away”. Many people feel the same way,

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Are there CBT Exercises to Help Me Sleep At Night?

Sleep is central to optimum mind and body functioning, and mental illness and/or addiction certainly has the propensity to disrupt this much-needed aspect of life. If you’ve been finding yourself tossing and turning all through the night, this could be

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What Does Mental Health Mean?

Mental health is often a term many of us have heard of, but are not quite sure on what it means. Perhaps you’ve heard about the importance of mental health briefly through an organization like the National Alliance on Mental

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Recent Study Shows That Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Could Help With Your Insomnia

There are many conditions that involve insomnia – substance use disorders, mood-based disorders, anxiety, stress, and other mental illnesses can all cause or be impacted by lack of sleep. As Harvard University states, those with psychiatric conditions are more likely

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What Is Partial Hospitalization?

With various treatment options, it can be difficult to decide the next step to take. Whether you’re experiencing distress with a mental illness or attempting to overcome an addiction, selecting the right treatment program can greatly assist you in beginning

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