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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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Ups And Downs: Why Mania And Depression For BPD is Different

Everyone experiences mood swings – one minute we may be feeling happy and content, and then a few minutes later we (and maybe those around us) are experience the aftermath of a bad mood. Agitation, fatigue, sadness and more may

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When A Parent Has A Mental Illness: How Families Develop Resilience

Having a child with a mental illness can be challenging for many families but learning of a parent’s disorder can bring on a new set of challenges primarily because the parent takes on the primary role of caregiving. If caretaking

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7 Reasons Why You Should Take A Holistic Approach to Your Recovery

When it comes to addiction and mental illness recovery, there are a variety of approaches that can be taken. For example, some treatment centers may place emphasis on medicine, so when a client comes in with an addiction or mental

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What is The Difference Between Positive and Negative Reinforcement?

If you are a friend or family member of a loved one in addiction recovery, you may be wondering what you can do to provide support to him or her. As previous research has shown, social support is incredibly important

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Do Men Experience Unique Challenges Regarding Mental Illness?

Have you ever heard of the phrase, “Man up”? Both men and women experience mental illness, but men may be more apprehensive to seeking treatment due to gendered social constructions and behavioral norms. For example, it’s a societal expectation that

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Important: Social Skills Training Can Help Those with Social Anxiety Disorder

Social anxiety disorder (SAD), also known as social phobia, is characterized by a persistent fear of being judged, criticized, or rejected in social settings. Individuals with this disorder may attempt to avoid any social situation that gives them feelings of

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5 Choices Successful People With Mental Illness Make Each And Every Day

There are always obstacles to overcome in life but having a mental illness can bring on unexpected challenges. According to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), approximately 1 in 5 adults in the United States – equivalent to 43.8

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