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Category: Advice

How To Prevent News Overload

William Henken ❘

Bad news can seem everywhere. We have the option to turn it off, but there could be advantages to reading it the right way.

Guarding Sobriety Over The Holidays

William Henken ❘

Worried about staying sober over holidays? Read these tips to see how you can make the most of the festivities and avoid relapse.

Signs My Loved One Has Relapsed

Suzette Gomez ❘

Recovering from addiction is not linear. If you notice your loved one is possibly relapsing, you can help by paying attention to the signs.

How Self-Efficacy Guards Us From Addiction

William Henken ❘

Self-efficacy, a sense of our own ability to get the things we want for ourselves, can be learned and can protect against addiction.

A Crisis On World Mental Health Day

William Henken ❘

Mental Health Day occurred in the midst of a mental health crisis this year; luckily, new research has shed light on healthy ways to cope.

Choosing A Sober Living Home

Krystina Murray ❘

Sober living homes provide safety and stable shelter for individuals seeking a safe place post-rehab. Learn what to consider when seeking one.

Inside The “Bubble” Of Addiction And Broken Resiliency

Dr. Ashish Bhatt ❘

Drug and alcohol abuse can halt a person’s ability to build resiliency, making hard times more difficult without learned coping mechanisms.

How You Can Deal With Loneliness Without Alcohol

Suzette Gomez ❘

Dealing with loneliness without alcohol is possible through social connections and avoiding triggers that lead to drinking alcohol.

Traveling To Rehab During COVID-19

Hayley Hudson ❘

Traveling to rehab during COVID-19 may be causing people with a substance use disorder to push off getting treatment, putting them at a higher risk.

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