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Category Archives: Complementary Therapy

Coping with Bad Decisions

We must make hundreds of decisions each and every day. Some of these decisions are simple and others can change our lives. Sometimes we make decisions that are not in line with our authentic selves. We choose to go against how we have decided to live on a daily basis, our morals, values, and beliefs….

Total Honesty in Recovery

Honesty and addiction are enemies. Addiction to anything tends to make us lie, possibly steal, and do whatever is necessary to hide the extent of the addiction. This is unhealthy, but while in addiction it all seems perfectly normal. Now that you are in recovery or considering recovery, you must change your way of thinking….

Increasing Your Self-Esteem

Addiction takes away so many things in life. If you have hit rock bottom there is a chance you have lost your home, family, friends, money, and much more. There is a chance that in recovery you can work toward earning all these things back, but it will take work. However, before you can start…

Coping With Anxiety In Recovery – Part Three

In parts one and two of this three-part series, we discussed anxiety. In this article, we will give you some coping strategies for dealing with addiction and anxiety and talk about treatment. Anxiety Is A Treatable Condition If you struggle with anxiety issues, you may feel hopeless and helpless. Having an anxiety disorder can be…

Coping With Anxiety In Recovery – Part Two

In part one of this three-part series, we started talking about anxiety in recovery. Let’s go deeper. Signs And Symptoms of Anxiety You may be experiencing anxiety or have a clinical anxiety disorder and not understand what’s happening to you. Here are some of the most common signs and symptoms of an anxiety disorder: Extreme…