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Preparing for Holiday Stress

It may seem early to be talking about the holidays and preparing for what that means, but the fact of the matter is that the holidays are right around the corner. Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years are all on their way with nothing holding them back. This time of year tends to put additionalRead More

Alcoholism in the Military

The expectations of those in the Military can be extremely high, especially for women. With these high expectations come extreme levels of stress and in many cases anxiety. Given the sometimes-rigid schedules and demanding requirements, the Military has experienced a significant increase in the number of substance abuse problems seen on an annual basis. WhileRead More

Sober Parenting

Addiction can be detrimental to a family. This is even more worrisome when the person dealing directly with the addiction is a parent. Addiction can cause the children to feel higher than healthy levels of anxiety and stress. Things like homework, school functions, and even daily interaction can seem daunting to a child whose parentRead More

How Much Alcohol is Healthy?

Now, this is a loaded question! There are many opinions on this, and a variety of research has been done with varying results. However, there are a few commonalities. In the United States, moderate drinking for a woman is considered to be one drink per day. A drink can be defined as a 12-ounce beer,Read More

Rebuilding Relationships in Recovery

Addiction is tough on everyone, not just the person that is addicted. Friends, family, and coworkers all deal with the aftermath of addiction. Even when the individual enters recovery, the damage to relationships often lingers if not addressed. Sometimes negative feelings such as embarrassment, regret, anger, and resentment last longer than expected. These feelings canRead More

The Role of Water in Recovery

Sleepiness. Muscle soreness. Headache. Constipation. Dizziness. Dry mouth. What do all of these things have in common? The answer may shock you. They are all physical symptoms of dehydration. If you are in recovery, these symptoms may be altogether too familiar to you. Dehydration can have a significant effect on your recovery, both physically andRead More

Recovery and Forgiveness…A Mutual Relationship

One of the key ingredients to a recovery that lasts is forgiveness. It’s more than just accepting an apology, real or imagined, and it goes deep within your heart and soul. When you truly forgive someone, you let go of all resentment. This is not a natural step to take, and sometimes it takes longerRead More

The Role of Healthy Eating in Recovery

Healthy eating is vital for everyone. Our bodies can only function at optimal levels when they are given the nutrients and vitamins they need. Our bodies use these nutrients to conduct all the processes that provide us with sustained health and energy. When we deprive our bodies of what they need, performance suffers and medicalRead More

5 Reasons You Shouldn’t Be Smoking

We all know smoking isn’t good for you, but if you are still smoking and need a few more reasons to quit, check out this list. After dealing with addiction and throughout your recovery, you are learning to put yourself first. Your mind, body, and soul are your priorities. Smoking is incredibly hard on yourRead More

Anxiety Disorders…What You Need to Know

Anxiety Disorder is more than just worry. It isn’t nervousness about an upcoming meeting or a speech you have to give next week. Anxiety Disorder is a nervous disorder accompanied by apprehension and excessive uneasiness. Often Anxiety Disorder presents with panic attacks or compulsive behavior. Studies show that woman are twice as likely to haveRead More