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Category Archives: Personalized Rehab

How to Practice Gratitude

For people in recovery, it is essential to cultivate a practice of gratitude. Some people are naturally positive and able to wake up to see the sunny side of their day ahead. For the rest, gratitude can be done as a spiritual practice which will help us to maintain sobriety, balance our emotions, and re-discover…

Why You Should Be the First Person You Forgive In Recovery

What is forgiveness? Forgiveness usually involves two people, but sometimes, it is yourself that you need to forgive. PsychCentral defines forgiveness as the letting go of feelings for revenge and the release of negative feelings of bitterness and resentment. An article by WebMd points out that physical and mental health might depend on your ability to…

One Day at a Time: Coping with a Loved One in Rehab

Having a loved one enter a drug and alcohol rehab center means that you, as family members, are inevitably facing and maybe even struggling with many concerns, questions, and possibly some misconceptions about how the rehab program works. To clear some of your worries away, here’s a quick rundown on alcohol rehab: what it is,…

Alcohol Abuse Treatment

Give Up Alcohol With The Help Of Appropriate Alcohol Abuse Treatment Alcohol abuse is a serious problem that can affect many aspects of your life like health, relationships, career and financial status. If you continue to drink alcohol as a way to relax or relieve stress, and you’re dependent on alcohol, it will become destructive…

Addiction Recovery Program

How Addiction Recovery Program Helps an Alcoholic Stay Sober [flickr size=”small” float=”right”]5476098742[/flickr] Alcohol addiction is mostly a cognitive and behavioral disorder, which in turns means changing ways of ‘thinking’ and ‘doing’ can effectively end your drinking. This disorder manifests itself in addicted persons as physical and psychological craving, which the alcoholic finds very difficult to…